The new offices, which are owned by American developer WeWork, encourage hot-desking and a flexible collaborative environment among other start-ups in the building. Located on the eighth floor, they also offer Brandfuel employees a view of the Oxo Tower and Thames River.
Sue Winckler, client services and business development director at Brandfuel, told Event that although the offices are smaller in size, the move is indicative of the agency’s growth. "We decided to move, mainly because we’re growing," she said. "More people are joining us and we’re recruiting more freelancers
"Our biggest client is Google and we’re taking on their culture. It’s all about creating different environments for different types of work. As an event company, we work a lot in production, but the move to this space shows we’re much more focused on our people."
Winckler added that Brandfuel is currently working on the Ok, Google campaign for the internet company and is continuing its relationship with ITV.
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