Free Cultural Moments Are Never Too Far From Nicosia Accommodation!

Stepping out of your Nicosia accommodation, a cultural moment may often be encountered as you turn the very next corner. Absolutely not unusual in Cyprus, of course. After all, this is the actual location of Mount Olympus, rising up some 1,952 metres (6,404 ft) in the Troodos Mountains – the mythic home of Zeus, King of the Gods who created the nine Greek muses of creativity.

Many Nicosia hotels are only a few moments walk from engaging with the spirit of the muses plying their craft on a non-stop calendar of music, theatre, dance, art and film. Whether you are in Nicosia for a minibreak, on a business trip or visiting friends, there’s always likely to be an impromptu event happening on one of the many public squares to be found around the island capital. Many can be enjoyed throughout the year, and often with free entrance too.

Perfect open air spot for a live concert

One such free entrance was held on Wednesday 11th September in Old Nicosia’s Faneromeni Square. Built within the city walls during Venetian rule (1489-1571), it was the perfect open air spot for a live concert – aptly entitled “Spellbound and Magic” – to hear the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra play Beethoven’s rousing “Ode To Joy” and Mendelssohn’s scintillating overture of Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Also featured during the 90 minutes was Dvořák’s Czech Suite including lively stylised, national ‘polka’ dances.

National dance closer to home is the theme of the 14th Mediterranean Folklore Dance Festival, another free open air event, staged at the Nicosia Municipal Park on Friday 13th (18:30 – 20:30). For one day only, before the festival heads off to Larnaca, the Heritage Association of Nicosia presents 29 dance groups originating from Cyprus, Greece and around the Mediterranean.

Dazzling displays of movement and colourful costumes

Musicians, dancers and performers are brought together by a universal love of traditional dance in dazzling displays of dexterity, movement and colourful costumes. The aim is to raise awareness, provide insight and create a dialogue between a diverse range of national and cultural backgrounds as expressed through the tradition of dance.

A cultural moment for food lovers also takes place in Nicosia Municipal Gardens a week later on Sunday 22nd September (11:00 – 18:00). The Indian Vegetarian Food Festival is part of a series of events organised by the High Commission of India in association with the Nicosia municipal authority to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi (1869- 1948) who pioneered India’s independence from British rule.


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Cyprus September – Kypria International Festival Brings Cultural Explorers To Nicosia Hotels

It may be the first weeks of September and officially the start of autumn but Nicosia hotels are as busy as ever welcoming their guests for late holiday breaks and last minute getaways. That’s no surprise…

In some European countries, there’s still a week or two before schools and colleges return yet a distinct chill in the early morning air. But here in Nicosia, a ferocious Cyprus sun still rides high in a cloudless sky. Average temperatures push up the mercury to between 31-34C every single day. Many of the best hotels in Nicosia will be taking bookings from both dedicated sun worshippers and cultural explorers for a while longer yet.

Rich diversity of performing arts

Boutique lifestyle and authentic experience often go hand in hand. Many island visitors will be drawn to the annual “Kypria” International festival held in September since 1993. This year, between 1st September and 10th October, acclaimed international artists are featured alongside Cypriot and Greek performers, drawn from a rich diversity of dance, theatre, music, the visual arts and cinema.

Live art performance by well-known local talent, Lia Haraki, ushered in the festival with a unique live mix of dance, music, and artworks to be experienced “on the streets of old Nicosia, in old shop windows, in forgotten alleys and squares”.

Festival theatre also started with KA-F-KA, a contemporary dance and multimedia performance of  “a body overwhelmed” by the French Orian Dance Company, presented over two days at the THOC New Stage, Nicosia. Next is a presentation “Broken Glass” (Pattihio Municipal Theatre, Limassol, 9th -12th September) by celebrated American playwright, Henry Miller (1891- 1980).  A couple examine their relationship, past trauma and fear of the unknown, which can all prevent an individual from moving forward in their life.

Drama continues to unfold in Nicosia

Early September also brings world-renowned American jazz performer and nine-times Grammy nominee, Tierney Sutton with her band to the Nicosia Municipal Theatre (6th – 7th) and “Threttanelo” – puppetry set to music by eight Greek / Cypriot musicians and actors (Paphos Gardens – 7th | 8th | 14th | 15th).

More drama continues to unfold in Nicosia at the Dionyssos Theatre (18th | 19th | 22nd) where a production of “Lorenzaccio”, by French playwright Alfred De Musset (1810-1857) is based on historical events in 1537 surrounding Lorenzo de Medici and the restoration of the Republic in Florence.

Seeing out September, includes “The Arrow That Does Not Hurt” a Pocket Theatre production for both adults and children on the theme of togetherness and empathy at THOC Main Stage, Nicosia ( 20th | 21st | 22nd | 27th), and “A Comedy of Errors”, the enduring tale of two sets of identical twins by William Shakespeare (Nicosia Municipal Theatre, 23rd | 24th | 25th).

September time out for culture, business or leisure
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Best Hotels in Nicosia Meet the Must-Have Demands of Today’s Connected Business Traveller

Cyprus today attracts trade investors and business executives not only from the major European countries, the UK and US but also from the big global players of Russian and Asia.  As the nation’s capital it is only to be expected that the best hotels in Nicosia would be constantly striving to meet the demands of the frequent business traveller.

Over the last decade the business executive has steadily grown to become the second largest source of revenue for many hotels across the globe. Not least for Nicosia accommodation, in which the era of the boutique lifestyle experience has transformed the meaning of guest service to the “personalised” for business travellers in the 21st century.

Did you know… Cyprus ranks 57th out of 190 in the World Bank’s 2019 ‘Doing Business’ report with a GDP growth in 2018 of 4 per cent, according to the 2019 Cyprus Country Report. As a result, the bar is constantly being raised by the best boutique luxury hotels in Nicosia.

With the autumn conference season about to kick off, what does the busy business exec expect when they need to book one of the many Nicosia city centre hotels?

Always likely to have more than two devices to be put on charge

Whether booking well in advance or searching for last minute availability, there are certain to be a shortlist of must-haves for a hotel to provide for their business guests. The complimentary bottles of water waiting in the room is only the start.

Apart from close proximity to the location of the meeting, exhibition or conference, todays 21st century hotel enables the business traveller instant capability to work fast and efficiently on the one hand and enjoy superior luxury rest on the other.

Firstly, this means providing access to free and fast Wi-Fi with a strong and stable internet connection, a well-lit work desk and many power outlets positioned strategically in their room, including around the bed. Business men and women are always likely to have more than two devices to be put on charge.

Looks forward to sinking blissfully into a kingsize bed

Absolutely next is a hotel’s ability to provide ultimate rest and relaxation! Visual aesthetic, contemporary design, room-service detail and practical facility also go hand in hand today with wellbeing, fitness and healthy eating.

After a long full day and often late into the night of meetings, appointments and entertaining, the business traveller looks forward to sinking blissfully into a kingsize bed plumped up with superior quality bedding. Then next morning,  waking to a glorious balcony view, luxury power shower and a variety of healthy breakfast choices.


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Nicosia Accommodation in Agios Dometios – History At Every Step!

Hotel location is more than convenience in the age of boutique lifestyle and authentic experience. The best Nicosia accommodation are not always jostled together overlooking a packed tourists’ spot.

To be quietly positioned in historic Agios Dometios is to be at the heart of today’s luxury hotel experience redefined as both cultural and immersive. Hypnos by bed N’mix is not only a short 4 kms (1.2 ml) from the city centre but is also just one street away from the city’s iconic, 17th century Saint Dometios Church.

Whether on annual holiday, weekend minibreak or a short business trip, the experienced traveller to Cyprus knows that a perfect Nicosia accommodation is often found in it’s own quiet, tranquil space – gratifyingly away from a main, noisy thoroughfare. The area of Agios Dometios can, with almost every step, reveal a living glimpse into different times of island history.

DID YOU KNOW… When Cyprus was chosen as the last of the torch stop destinations en-route to the 2004 Athens Olympics, it was the principality of Agios Dometios that the flame was carried through, held proudly aloft by a relay of five runners.

Area named after Saint Dometias

Once a small village during the Byzantine era, the area was named after Saint Dometias, a 4th century Christian convert who lived in a cave in Persian Mesopotamia. However, the saint’s holy work was brought to terrible halt by the Roman Emperor Julian who ordered his death in 362AD and the church dedicated to  the memory of Agios Dometios later built in the 17th century.

Cutting through the centre of Nicosia

One of the more pronounced influences in recent times is the creation of the Green Line “UN Buffer Zone” in 1963, which was extended after August 1974, following the Turkish partition of the island. Also known as the “Attila Line”, it stretches for 180 kilometres from Paralimni in the east to Kato Pyrgos in the west, cutting  through the centre of Nicosia. The historic line, which also runs almost parallel along the west to northern perimeter of Agio Dometios, remains a real division to this day.

Bustling visitor destination

However, the area around the Ledra Crossing, just outside the walls of old Nicosia, has developed into a bustling visitor destination for the curious after travel restrictions were eased in 2003. One of the areas selected was at the end of Democratias Avenue and since 2004 the checkpoint at Agios Dometios has become the main vehicle passing point. Ledra Street with its many bars and cafes continues to be the main shopping street of the capital, with both department stores selling luxury goods and small specialty shops selling arts and crafts.


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Best Nicosia Accommodation at quiet Centre of Leisure, Business, Culture, Education!

It’s true… the best Nicosia city centre hotels tend to be found at the busy, buzzy heart of the visitor experience. Wherever those Nicosia accommodation happen to be located! Hypnos by bed N’mix, for example, may be in a quiet northerly corner of the capital (great for a good night’s sleep!) but still a handy, short distance from many visitor destinations for leisure, business, culture, education and more. All points, North, South, East and West of the hotel…

The sporting life

For those who love the sporting life and curious to see how the runners and riders perform abroad, the Nicosia Race Club is 1.2 kms (0.75 ml) northwest of Hypnos by bed N’mix. Only reintroduced into Cyprus from the end of the 19th century, the Club is the only official body authorised to stage horse races and betting in Cyprus. Racing takes place mostly two days a week (Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday), October through to July, and on most major holidays, including the Cyprus Republic Cup (October) and the  Cyprus Derby (November).

Oldest Government department

Heading in the opposite direction due south and nearly exactly the same distance from the hotel – 1.27 kms | 0.79 ml – is a very different type of destination. It’s also conveniently close by for business guests. The Land Registry of Cyprus, also known as the Department of Lands and Surveys, was opened in 1858 and is one of the oldest government departments with the main responsibility for the registration of property in Cyprus.

The continuing economic development of Cyprus in recent years also sees Nicosia, as the capital city, increasingly attracting international investors to the opportunities within its commercial as well as residential property sector. Many are focused on the city centre and, specifically, within the areas of Makarios Avenue and Stasikratous Street, as well as the streets of Ledra and Onassagorou.

Education, training and research

Due west of Hypnos Hotel – around 2.2 kms | 1.37 ml) along the Kyriakou Matsi can be found the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (nearby to the University of Nicosia). Founded in 1990, and moving to a new purpose-built premises in 1998, the institute is dedicated to education, training and research into neurological and genetic conditions such as, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy.

Centre for many embassies

Looking east from the hotel is the centre for many embassies including, those from Greece, Poland, Germany and Russia. Nearby is also the Russian Cultural Centre, and usefully, not far from the Cyprus Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Other government departments located in this part of the city, and nearby to the Cyprus Museum, include the Ministries of the Interior, Finance and Health.


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Boutique Lifestyle at Best Hotels in Nicosia – Why a Good Night’s Sleep is the Starting Point!

Boutique lifestyle has redefined the simple act of booking a room at Nicosia city centre hotels. The all-important search for a “good night’s sleep” is only the starting point. Of the 500 or more hotels at least across the island, there is a growing number that reflect the rise in a new style of luxury tourism.

In their choice of Nicosia accommodation, the authentic and the personalised are increasingly a must for many Cyprus visitors. Ultimately, it’s at the best hotels in Nicosia that their desire and fulfilment can be as exquisitely matched as each room’s unique design of duvet and pillowcase.

Today’s often culturally curious travellers expect a redefined concept of luxury hotel aesthetic and experience, from the business executive attending a conference or a couple on a romantic weekend away to a family taking their annual vacation. Incredibly, the concept of the boutique hotel has actually been transforming expectations for more than three decades.

Head-turning aesthetic quirkiness

It was back in 1984 that the boutique revolution was said to have started with the opening of Morgan’s Hotel on Madison Avenue, New York. In a dramatic break from a tradition grown formulaic and dull the totally refurbished building offered head-turning aesthetic quirkiness served with personalised service attention, and a new-look cuisine.

The approach immediately took off. In the intervening years, boutique lifestyle hotels spread around the globe, not least, in Cyprus, where they continue to boost the island’s growing stature among a range of international business sectors, particularly in luxury travel. The entire tourist industry generates more than 15 per cent of the country’s GDP, which is estimated could rise to 25 per cent over the long-term. Worldwide, tourism is forecast to grow by over 6 per cent by 2026 (Amadeus Global Report, 2016).

Desire to connect with the meaningful

For the experienced frequent traveller, the meaning of “luxury” in hotel accommodation has shifted to a desire to inhabit and connect with the authentic and meaningful. The experience often translates to a        “home from home” environment. A distinctive intimacy and warmth is evoked by the unique choice of interior décor of specific theme based rooms, and the carefully placed “statement” furniture, ornaments, images and cultural artefacts.

Yet, boutique luxury is more than an uber chic hotel space with a compact number of select rooms, all sleekly fashioned elegance to a minimalist design. Holistic wellbeing and guest facilities are also perfectly harmonised to guest needs, from a hotel’s healthy eating tariffs, fully equipped gym and beauty spa, to 24 hour and concierge services, and valet parking.


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Cyprus Conference Season – Boutique Nicosia Hotels Prepare

It’s now August, the height of the summer tourist season, and Nicosia accommodation is bustling with holidaymakers. But like the best Nicosia hotels, Hypnos by Bed n’ Mix is busy preparing for the many business delegates who arrive for the autumn conference and exhibition events held in Nicosia, and in other Cyprus cities every year.

From the 1980s and 90s onwards, Cyprus has rapidly evolved to become a recognised global business and services centre for tourism, finance and real estate. Today is estimated to bring in more than three quarters (80 per cent) of the island’s income and employment. Business and economic growth hit nearly 4 per cent in 2018 with the professional services sector achieving an average rise of 6–7 per cent over 24 months.

International investors and researchers

It is no surprise to see a wide range of business events being held across Cyprus. The increasing variety reflect the many business and services sectors that continue to attract international visitors, from investors and entrepreneurs to researchers and academics. Here are just a brief rundown of some of the  business events due in early autumn…

It’s likely that the first “back to school” guests will be booking to attend The International Conference on Language, Education, and Culture to be held at the Lord’s Palace Hotel SPA Casino, Girne (Mon 2 – Fri 6 September). Girne is located in north Cyprus, around 20 kms (12 mls) from central Nicosia). Between 500-1000 delegates are expected to attend. September also sees The Credit Risk Management Conference (Wed 25) at the Hilton Park, Nicosia, in which the latest trends inside – and outside of Cyprus – will be discussed.

Compliance, Supply Chain and Hydrocarbons

On October 4th, the Hilton Park will also be hosting the International Compliance Forum. With around 500 delegates who will hear how organisations can use the application of compliance as a way to give their business a competitive edge. In the same month (Thu 24) the Conference & Exhibition of Supply Chain & Logistics at the Filoxenia Conference Centre, Aglantzia will examine solutions that deliver cost savings in storage and distribution. The Centre is located around 7 kms south east of Nicosia.

It’s anticipated that the Cyprus Summit, taking place on Mon 4 and Tue 5 November, will attract around 1000 attendees. Among the key issues to be discussed is the role that Cyprus can play as significant energy producer as the result of recent exploration into hydrocarbons.

The above brief dip into the autumn schedule of conferences is only the start of a busy season of business events for luxury boutique hotels in Cyprus.

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Traditional Greek Taverna or Modern Bar – Next Door To Most Nicosia Hotels!

Finding “somewhere nice to eat” is not too hard in the Cyprus capital. On whatever street your Nicosia accommodation is located you can’t help but almost step into a cool modern restaurant or a colourful local café at every turn. The best hotels in Nicosia are often next door or just a few moments away from an uber modern European or American bar. However, many holidaymakers staying at Nicosia hotels can often prefer to dine out in the evocative surroundings and atmosphere of a traditional Greek taverna.

If the culturally curious traveller is keen try out at a different eatery every time, then Hypnos by bed N’ Mix is only a short leisurely stroll away from an eclectic mix of eating establishments of all kinds. Most visitors tend to find one or two places offering a menu of dishes and service they enjoyed and will go back to repeat the experience. Here are just a few places to grab that “bite to eat”, which are all close by to the hotel.

Achillion – grilled Cyprus specialty dishes

A one minute walk away on the same street and probably the nearest taverna is the Achillion. A wide selection of quality cooked, grilled Cyprus specialty dishes is on the menu at a reasonable price and prompt service. It also boasts a fireplace, which is unlikely to be needed during a typical Nicosia summer of around 30-40c!

Karpasia Tavern “little delicacies”

Around the corner on Lamprou Katsoni, and directly opposite an 800 year old church, is the Karpasia Tavern, which comes highly recommended for its Meze, which means “little delicacies”. Most tavernas tend to offer a choice of seafood Meze or meat Meze or mixed. A traditional Cypriot Meze can run to as many as 30 small plates of savoury dips and vegetables, and a wide range of fish and meat dishes.

Il Bacaro -a “taste of Italy in Old Nicosia”

Not content with sampling Greek cuisine while on the island, the inquisitive traveller may let their tastebuds wander further around the Mediterranean, which usually means Italian cuisine. A five to ten minute walk away is Wine bar and restaurant, Il Bacaro – a “taste of Italy in Old Nicosia”. Its a buzzy but cosy atmosphere with friendly staff and a variety of home-made dishes, including pizza and a wide selection of wines.

Healthy-Eating, Sushi and Fresh Fish Dishes

Taking the Mediterranean diet to the next level is the focus on exclusively healthy-eating, of course, and ‘Olives and Burgers Healthy Café’ is one of a number of outlets in Cyprus also offering vegan as well as vegetarian options. Fancy a buffet lunch? Then, the ‘Aperitivo Jetset Lounge’ which doubles as a music venue could be the ideal stopping-off place to relax with a wide choice of sushi and a large salad selection.

If seafood is your thing, then the ‘Paragadi’ is a Mediterranean fish restaurant with a great gourmet menu of fresh fish dishes, such as red mullet ceviche followed by homemade, traditional Cypriot desserts made with fresh fruit.

Lunch or Evening meal? You’re only a few steps away from a traditional Cyprus taverna!
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Nicosia Accommodation – Never Too Far From Global Brands and Souvenir Shopping!

“Going shopping!” There’s always one morning or afternoon during a vacation when holidaymakers are focused on a spell of serious souvenir buying. It could also involve a boutique item or a fashion brand spotted nearby to their Nicosia accommodation. Whether buying for themselves, a keepsake for the home or gifts for family members, Nicosia offers an abundance of stores positively overflowing with items of every description and price tag.

Naturally, many Nicosia city centre hotels will be nestled in a main thorough-fare amongst clusters of souvenir shops and everyday grocery stores.

Home-grown Cypriot souvenirs

Laiki Geitonia, for example, is the renowned, pedestrianised tourist shopping centre in old Nicosia, east of Lidras Street, its narrow winding alleys branching out between Aristocyprou and Praxandrou Street, nearby to Eleftheria square. Their sandstone and mudbrick buildings date from the 18th century, which today is a fascinating treasure trove of home-grown Cypriot souvenirs, craft shop goods and traditional Greek embroidery. There are also many cafes, bars and restaurants for relaxing and taking a break from the rigours of window browsing.

Major shopping precinct in the centre of Nicosia

Those seeking the glitz and glamour of modern boutiques and fashion brands are likely to be drawn to Makarios Avenue, a major shopping precinct in the centre of Nicosia.

Named after the first President of Cyprus, Archbishop Makarios III, the Avenue stretches 2 kms from Evagoras Avenue to Aglandjia Avenue, and is filled with hundreds of fashion shops, boutiques and high-end international department stores, including City Plaza, said to be the biggest department store in Cyprus. Makarios Avenue is also home to the Galaxias Arcade, the largest covered walkway or Greek “Stoa”.

Expensive high end retail

Those visitors seeking more luxury lifestyle may care to stroll down Stasikratous Street, which is found behind Makarios Avenue at the intersection of Spyrou Kyprianou Avenue. Inevitably compared to 5th Avenue in New York and Bond Street in London, the once ordinary Stasikratous Street is now transformed into one of the most expensive high end retail areas in Nicosia featuring global brands including Louis Vuitton, Armani and Max Mara, as well as many regional luxury jewellers and porcelain brands.

Desirable designer brands

Another popular shopping destination is The Mall of Cyprus. With its shiny new ‘futuristic’ makeover, The Mall is the first of it’s kind in Cyprus to merge the world’s most desirable designer brands, shopping convenience and leisure within a palatial setting.

Located in the modern shopping complex of Shacolas Emporium Park, The Mall boasts a huge variety of retail outlets, which mix both international and local brands such as Zara, Public, Intersport, Sklavenitis, Starbucks and McDonalds, as well as the K-Cineplex and extensive food court of cafes, bars and restaurants.

Clearly, going shopping in Nicosia could extend to more than one morning or afternoon!

Whether you’re searching for a family gift or a simple souvenir…
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Boutique Coco-Mat “Sleep System” – The Ultimate Experience of Mythic God Hypnos!

During the height of a sweltering Cyprus summer, typically at around 40C, everyone prefers to be simply taking it easy on the beach or by the pool. However, the best hotels in Nicosia will be busy forward-planning their business bookings. Not least, Hypnos by bed N’ Mix.

The main conference and exhibition season is only a couple of months away now. However, there will still be some companies and organisations, from Europe and around the world, who have only just started making final preparations to secure their Nicosia accommodation. After long flights and busy days crammed into impossibly short schedules, the focus is naturally on those precious moments of “downtime” in calm, relaxed surroundings – and a great night’s sleep!

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Ultimate symbol of sleep and relaxation

In the age of the “boutique” and the “concept” hotel the discerning business and executive traveller definitely expects accommodation that can offer evocative decor and rich experiences. How alluring then, is the mythic Greek god, Hypnos and the divine promise of definitive luxury sleep?

Hypnos is described as the ‘symbol of sleep’, itself. Portrayed in the original Greek texts as a young man with wings affixed to his temples or shoulders, Hypnos lived in a cave where the entrance was filled with poppies and other sleep-inducing plants. Moreover, the young god was also married to Pasithea, a goddess of hallucination or relaxation.

Back in the real world of hotel accommodation, the ultimate symbol of sleep and relaxation is of course, the bed. There may not be a more natural and powerful sleep-inducing experience than the boutique Coco-Mat “sleep system” at Hypnos bed N’mix.

Three separate mattresses of different thicknesses

Coco-Mat and luxury are two interwoven concepts serving the environmentally-aware in the modern Greek world of the best boutique hotel accommodation. The “sleep-system” consists of a base mattress with a wooden frame topped with three separate mattresses of different thicknesses. The layers comprise horsehair from Mongolia, dried seaweed from Greece (to reduce humidity), and a thin goose-down from China for the top-mattress that can also double as a duvet.

Further ‘elemental’ support from the world of physics prevents exposure to magnetic fields that can sometimes disturb sleep. Coils of ‘natural’ rubber attached to a base of wooden slats replace the metal springs of a traditional mattress. Further refinements include Coco-mat pillows, bed linen, towels and wooden furniture. The business of sleep, designed for business!

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