All prices are in USD & exclude 9% tax
All prices are in USD and exclude 9% tax
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Contact us

Reach us by phone in multiple time zones, fill out our contact form, or invite us to in-person meetings. We like to work with you until you’ve found the right solution or have fully embraced a new strategy.

United States

Between the east coast and stunningly beautiful mountains in the west of North Carolina, we have found the ideal Regus location as our head office: SouthPark Towers.
With wide views over Charlotte from the 12th floor, plenty of parking, and just 20 minutes by car from Charlotte Douglas International Airport, it’s an ideal location for us.

Visits by appointment only:

SoLoMo website: ChurchBubble
6000 Fairview Road, Suite 1200,
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210, United States

Phone Numbers

Due to Covid-19, we are all working from home at the moment. Across our teams, we’ve made sure you can reach us at convenient hours in time zones where we reach out to people.

call us on workdays 8 am – 1 pm in these time zones:

Pacific Standard Time

+1 (424) 292 8510

Mountain Standard Time

+1 (385) 326 2440

Central Standard Time

+1 (615) 551 0155

Eastern Standard Time

+1 (704) 826 3031
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The Netherlands

(Where) would you like to meet with us?
When we’re in The Netherlands we use Regus meeting locations at Schiphol airport, in the heart of Amsterdam, or close to where we grew up: a lovely town called ‘Laren’.
If we’re able to travel again we visit customers and prospects in all countries where we provide our services, currently including the US, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia.
Call us 8am to 6pm CEST, Monday to Friday
+31 35 - 20 11 726
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