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Besedo opened the Romania office in 2015 with just a few enthusiast people eager to grow and develop together with the office.

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We are located in Iasi, the largest city in eastern Romania, the former capital of Moldavia. We are just a couple of hours drive from the beautifully painted Moldavian Monasteries.

In Iasi we have members of our research & development division and tactical planning & control division. All of us are working closely with the employees from all of Besedos other centers.

As we are still expanding, there are plenty of career opportunities for wonderful people that we are looking forward to meeting and to grow with.


Besedo’s Eastern European Center is located in the city of Iasi.
Romanians are known for their high education level and language skills. Many speak several languages such as English, French, Spanish, Italian, German and Russian.
The city of Iasi has a well known university with a wide range of classes, including everything from Linguistics to Technical subjects.

The national coin in Romania is called Leu which translates to lion. This is a bit strange as there has never been a lion or anything related to a lion on the face of the coin.

The Palace of Parliament in Bucharest is the worlds largest administrative building with an administrative function and it is visible from the Moon.

perks & benefits

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health care

The Romanian healthcare system is mainly government-funded, but more and more sustained by the private healthcare system, through agreements with the health authorities. Everyone in Romania has equal access to healthcare all being funded by the taxpayer system. Urgent cases are always prioritized and emergency cases are treated immediately.

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social events

We have fun in our Iasi office and try to connect in creative ways. Besides our weekly Fika (coffee break), which we eagerly adopted from the Swedish culture, we often have board game meetings after work and we go out together to festivals and local events. Other times we arrange various team building activities like sharing childhood memories and photos, origami, light stretching exercises, and others. The whole team is gathering for the Christmas dinner and summer outing each year.

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