business centre (ˈbɪznɪs ˈsɛntə)
- a business centre is a place providing office facilities and services
- the business centre of a town or country is the part of it where most business is
- a company's business centre is a part of it dedicated to business
Example Sentences Including 'business centre'
After a nightmare week that saw prices plummet to a six-year low we sent our saucy sextet into the heart of London's business centre.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
As was the linen and other facilities offered by the hotel's business centre.
India Today (1999)
Dr Felmingham says Launceston's reputation as the state's business centre is unfounded.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)
It also boasts an excellent restaurant and business centre.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The facility now offers guests a total bedroom capacity of 173, as well as a spa, conference centre and business centre.
Irish Times (2002)
The way he put it was that since the trouble in Togo and with the regime in Nigeria, Cotonou has become the new business centre.
BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
Trinity Wharf next door is a business centre which includes a café open to the public on weekdays.
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