London-based CityReach International is basing its U.S. sales force in a Plantation office. The firm seeks tenants for a network of 20 secure telecom equipment sites that it expects to have operating across Europe by the end of next year.

South Florida was chosen as an initial sales base in this country because of its proximity to a large cluster of potential customers.

“We’re offering a one-stop shop for telecom and Internet companies to put their networks in place and have everything they need to start operations in Europe in as few as five to 10 business days,” Neal Bush, CityReach’s vice president for U.S. sales, tells

The company’s expansion s being fueled by deregulation of Europe’s telecom market and the rapid growth of Internet services.

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