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emotive expand to new central London office

emotive have moved to a brand new office in central London.

The emotive team said their goodbyes last week to the old Gresse Street offices, where they have been based for the last 3 years, and moved into brand new offices in Rathbone Place, just off Oxford Street.

The floor at Holden House, emotive’s new home, is almost three time larger and has a much more versatile, creative space for a team that is expanding rapidly. Fitted from scratch and with dedicated ‘work’ and ‘break’ zones as well as meeting and TC rooms, the space has been designed to facilitate the best in healthcare creativity and innovation.

Managing Director, Chris Edmonds said:

“emotive have been growing significantly over the last few years and after a fairly exhaustive search for new offices, we’re delighted to move into our new home, literally just 100 yards down the road. This area is a creative hotbed in London with some of the leading advertising and marcoms agencies as our neighbors. With three pitch wins in the last two months alone, the new space allows us to continue building the team working hard to service both our existing and new clients“

Come and say hello!

For more information on how emotive can help you deliver award-winning, healthcare innovation and integrated results, please get in touch with Adam Boucher, or call +44 207 148 0408.

1st July 2015


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