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GNK Group, based in Moscow, Russia, has become the latest new member to join the MGI Worldwide international accounting network

Press release by GNK

Press release by GNK  - Founded in 1995 and specialising in the fields of audit, accounting and tax services, GNK Group is eager to leverage the many benefits of MGI Worldwide membership, as the firm looks to expand its horizons and build relationships with other MGI members in Europe and Worldwide.

GNK Group CEO, Elena Kurochkina, is the organisation's key contact and is one of two principal partners, with the firm itself employing a total of 31 professional staff.

The organisation is based in Moscow - the capital of Russia and home to more than 12.2 million people. Renowned for its architecture and industry, the city is home to the largest and most powerful Russian banks and financial institutions, as well as being one of the largest municipal economies in Europe.

Expanding its reach to new markets 

The driving force behind the membership of GNK Group to the MGI Worldwide network was a desire for the business to expand into new markets and increase the firm's market share abroad.

Ms Kurochkina commented: "We believe that by being a member of a global network, we gain a lot of opportunities in [the] promotion of our brand in international markets and in improving our quality of services." 

She added that GNK Group currently carries out its business in several areas of central Russia, ensuring the organisation also has the means to promote the MGI Worldwide brand within its own country, for the benefit of all members.

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