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Know thy Neighbour

Author: SSwales/December 10, 2014

From international conglomerates to boutique companies, the world’s elite has chosen London to do business in. While we have already looked at the areas of London that you could choose, bear in mind who you’re positioning your brand with. The LEO offices are based in some of the capital city’s most prestigious locations, so let’s take a look at who your neighbours are…

James Caan, the founder and CEO of Hamilton Bradshaw

James Caan’s Hamilton Bradshaw specialise in buyouts, venture capital and real estate investment in the UK. The pioneering CEO is now one of the most influential British entrepreneurs, having become famous for his business acumen on the BBC series Dragons Den. His HQ is in Mayfair, near to our own Mayfair luxury offices.

Sir Marin Sorrell, WPP

Another entrepreneurial businessman, Sir Martin Sorrell, runs the international conglomerate WPP, with a head office on Farm Street. WPP is the parent company of a plethora of communications and marketing businesses, from advertising to branding to digital companies. Just next door to LEO’s Farm Street offices, the street is a secluded and beautiful place to do business.

Bernie Ecclestone, the chief executive of Formula One

Bernie is the CEO of Formula One and one of the richest men in the world. The Formula One Group is a group of companies that are responsible for the promotion of the Formula One Championships. With headquarters on Princes Gate near Hyde Park, you may well spot him if you’re renting one of our offices on Pont Street or Sloane Street nearby.

Robert Brooks, Chairman of auctioneers Bonhams

Robert Brooks steered this lesser-known company to great success. By acquiring and merging with other auction companies, Brooks has created an empire to be reckoned with. Their exclusive headquarters on New Bond Street, newly equipped with giant video screens and other digital enhancements, marries the antique and the modern together. Close to LEO offices on Brook Street, Grosvenor Street and Berkeley Square, this is an area buzzing with the business people that you strive to become.

The location of LEO’s serviced offices and meeting rooms have been carefully selected to ensure that they are the most prestigiously located. So whether you’re a company working in digital trends like WPP or you’re building an empire of your own, the wide range of offices within LEO’s portfolio means there will no doubt be an address to suit your business needs.

 

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