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Blue Latitude Health has moved office to a new location in Barbican, Central London, following a year of substantial growth.

We are delighted to announce that we have moved our European office to a new location in Barbican, Central London.

The move follows a year of substantial growth in which we have hired 28 new members of staff. Our new hires give us greater opportunity to serve the diverse needs of our growing portfolio of clients, bringing in innovative skills as our clients evolve and the healthcare industry continues to change.

This further enhances our ability to offer a complete end-to-end service for our clients, uniting four capabilities – Strategy, Customer Experience, Insight and Creative – and an exemplary Client Services team under one roof.

Blue Latitude Health Co-founder, Martin Brass, said: “When we moved from our original location in Northburgh Street, more than four years’ ago, we had 27 staff and we continued to grow

“In the past year we have grown by 60%, and although we might not expect the same acceleration to continue at this rate, we are clearly seeing a sea change in our business”

"When we moved to Crusader House for a four- year term we quickly grew out of the space, moving from one floor to two in a matter of in 18 months.

“Nine months before our lease terminated at Crusader House, I started looking at office spaces. Most important to us was being on a single floor. When you take future growth into account this became complicated. In the past year we have grown by 60%, and although we might not expect the same acceleration to continue at this rate, we are clearly seeing a sea change in our business.

“When I saw 140 Aldersgate for the first time, I could see this becoming our new ‘London’ home. Since we moved in I have had so much feedback on the new office and the area in which we are situated. It took a long time to find this space…but like they say, good things are worth waiting for”.

Right by Barbican Tube station, with wall-to-wall windows, overlooking the ‘brutalist’ modern architecture of the Barbican centre, our doors are open and we always welcome new and old clients alike to come and visit!

14th December 2018

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