Google to open up new centre in Bucharest

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Google plans to invest more and expand its presence in Romania, by opening a new centre in Bucharest after it had recently acquired Fitbit.

Fitbit, which bought the Romanian smart watch start-up Vector Watch in 2017 for USD 15 million, also has a development centre in Bucharest.

Google representatives told StartupCafe they are relocating to a larger office in the Romanian Capital, but they did not disclose further details for now.

Sources told the local business media that the American IT giant had rented a floor in the Unirii View office building downtown Bucharest and that it plans to open a new research centre in 2020.

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