Mundays advises a leading independent global media and marketing consultancy on their move.

Nish Kapoor and the commercial property and construction teams at Mundays LLP are proud to have advised a leading independent global media and marketing consultancy, Ebiquity PLC, on their move into a newly developed office space in the Shoreditch area which will form their new 240 person London global headquarters.  Nish Kapoor commented: “It was a real pleasure working with the team at Ebiquity in the acquisition of their new HQ. A simply great space in a vibrant part of town”.

Ebiquity London HQ

Mark Sanford, General Counsel at Ebiquity commented “I’m grateful to the Mundays team for making sure the whole process ran smoothly with our advice always timely but with commercial understanding and application”.

At the centre of the UK’s technology and startup scene, Shoreditch is a highly diverse and inspiring area, and serves as a creative and technology hub for many of Europe’s most innovative companies. Ebiquity’s new offices have been newly renovated to provide its consultants and clients with a state-of-the-art workspace. The office has been custom designed with creativity and collaboration front of mind, featuring a variety of unique spaces which are completely dedicated to teamwork. It features more meeting rooms, various collaboration areas, large outdoor terraces, and two unique client event spaces with sweeping views of the city.

Nick Pugh, Managing Director for Ebiquity’s UK business, commented “We have put our clients and staff at the heart of our new headquarters. Our new office is a high-quality workspace suited to our growing, collaborative, and highly skilled workforce. This innovative space, at the centre of a thriving and innovative part of London, will also enable us to effectively compete with companies like Facebook and Google for the best talent in the market.”

This deal reflects Mundays’ strength in working with leading and fast growth media and technology occupiers in servicing their ever changing real estate requirements from premises exit, acquisition and build.

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