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Today is the official opening of our second office, situated in the heart of London’s Covent Garden.
After much planning and various office viewings in and around London, we discovered the offices in Chandos Place, and instantly knew it was right for us. Its central location and professional appearance is exactly what we were looking for to reflect our brand, and provide the right representation within London.
As one of the UK’s fastest growing digital marketing companies the new offices will complement the continued expansion of the Koozai brand and at the same time enable us to expand into new markets. It also allows us to tap into the great skills and talent that London has to offer.
It’s business as usual at Koozai, and we are very much looking forward to an exciting future with the new office.
If you are in the neighbourhood and wanted to pop in to discuss any digital marketing requirements, please feel free to do so. The nearest tube stops are Charing Cross and Covent Garden.
More information about the office and location can be found here.
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