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Sneek a Peek at London's Coolest Offices

Editor’s note: this is a sponsored post by UK Trade and Investment

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What’s the worst possible working space you can think of? I’m thinking Ricky Gervais’ The Office, but hey there’s plenty of workspaces that fall under the no-good category.

One thing’s for sure, London has plenty of bad but also plenty of amazing offices.

Last time we dug into how you should spread your wings once you set foot on London ground with your startup, so this time we felt like it’s time to take an actual peek at the impressive office alternatives you can get with money, brain or a combination of those two.

Why? Because London is the place to go to if you want to test your company on the real battlefield, and you might want to get yourself a nice place to work at, since that’s what you’re going to focus on doing anyway.

Here we go:

Whitebearyard

This image is taken from the rooftop of Whitebearyard, the London office where, among others, Transferwise came from.

The Trampery London Fields

A view of the insides of The Trampery London Fields co-working space

Techhub

Techhub’s office offers recreational ping pong to rest the mind

Google

Google’s London office shows they’re not afraid to spend to stay classy

Level39

Simple but spacious, Level39 is the co-working space for Finance, retail, and future cities

Red Bull

Reb Bull’s London office is raw but powerful

Club Workspace

Club’s cozy basement atmosphere


UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) is the Government Department that helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy. They also help overseas companies bring their high quality investment to the UK’s dynamic economy. Their extensive network provides market and sector specific information, location and office space guidance and practical help (e.g. company establishment, taxation and hiring personnel) to get your UK operation up and running. Their services for Finnish companies are confidential and free of charge.

More information on UKTI – www.ukti.gov.uk and on London’s Tech City –www.techcityuk.com or please get in touch with Mari Aaltonen

Top Image Courtesy Of Shuttestock //London Offices

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