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MicroTek

222 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 1240, El Segundo 90245, South Coast, United States

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MicroTek is a leading provider of business training and meeting rooms, virtual training platforms and instructor sourcing services. We have over 3,000 locations worldwide and we’re renowned for our state-of-the-art training facilities, Next Generation Classroom technology and unmatched service support.

MicroTek Los Angeles is one of our highest quality business training room facilities. We have a 8,000 square foot training facility located approximately 1.5 miles south of the LAX airport. Our Los Angeles training and meeting room rental facility is fully equipped with the latest technology.

Contact us today to see how MicroTek can assist you.

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