The Communications Store move to White City Place

Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo announce that The Communications Store, a strategic brand development and communications company, will be moving its Head Office to White City Place, a one million square foot business district in Central London.
Moving from their current location in Kensington to the WestWorks building, the company will be taking 14,000 sq. ft. of office space and relocating 130 of their staff to the site.
Founded in 1995 and independently owned, The Communications Store has offices in London and New York and counts some of the world’s best brands and most exciting start-ups as clients including; luxury global fashion house Versace, sustainable footwear company Allbirds, luxury hotel Heckfield Place and fashion retailer Tu at Sainsburys.
They will also now count companies such as Yoox-Net-a-Porter, Ralph and Russo and Li & Fung as neighbours, with all having their head offices on the campus, helping to further cement White City’s position as new hub for businesses in the creative sector.
Other tenants in the WestWorks include ITV Studios who have 350 staff located on-site, pioneering tech ‘scale-ups’ Attention Seekers and Arts Alliance Media and the global pharmaceutical company Novartis. As well as housing ‘The Studio’, a state of the art 100-seater space equipped with the latest technology in audio and visual recording, White City Place also boasts a range of amenities including fitness studios, restaurants, bars and cafes.
David Camp, Chief Executive, Stanhope said: “We are delighted that The Communications Store have decided to relocate their Head Office to the WestWorks building in White City Place. The addition of The Communications Store shows the emergence of White City Place as a home for innovative, forward thinking companies, all of whom have been drawn by the growth of White City – London’s most exciting neighbourhood.”
Eiichiro Onozawa, Managing Director, Mitsui Fudosan said: “The arrival of The Communications Store at White City Place has further entrenched White City Place as one of London’s most dynamic business districts attracting some of the city’s fastest growing businesses. We are confident that their arrival will enhance the energetic ethos on site and perfectly complement the diversity of the organizations operating within White City Place.”
Julietta Dexter, CEO & Founder, The Communications Store said: “The move to WestWorks is a hugely important milestone for our business. As we continue to develop and broaden our service offering globally for our clients, encompassing digital communications, content-creation capabilities, a design studio, tech-driven communications solutions and social and influencer marketing, the new purpose built space and surrounding community serves as the perfect platform to nurture our talent and realise our future strategic vision.”

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