Web design and development agency Blueleaf has opened a new central London office in Soho.
The opening of this London office space is part of Blueleaf’s plans to increase its number of staff by the end of 2014.
The Cheshire based agency has had London office space for many years but the prime location of the new office in the centre of Soho is an ideal base for the creative agency.
It expects to increase the team by 10 new members across both of its London offices.
Blueleaf founder and CEO, Adrian Lomas, said: “We have held plans to expand our operations in the capital for some time, but ambitions for a central space have prevented us from accepting properties further out. It was crucial that the new office was easily accessible for clients.”
The web design agency currently has a loyal client base of globally recognised brands including Co-operative Energy, Red Bull and Laura Ashley. It also recently won new client partnerships with Currencies Direct and Twentieth Century Fox.
Lomas said that he hoped that Blueleaf’s new office would help to improve the agency’s level of service to clients, also increasing its client relationships in the UK capital on the whole.
By: Kirsty MacGregor
News bought to you from DeVono Cresa, the award-winning commercial property advisers, specialising in Central London office, retail and leisure space.