Kitt welcomes five new tenants as businesses head back to the office
Managed office platform Kitt has signed five new tenants located across its London locations. The signings come at a time where Central London’s office space take-up is at its highest since the start of the pandemic, with many businesses seeking bespoke office space suitable for their hybrid working set up.
These latest additions further add to Kitt’s presence across the capital, bringing its total tenant roster number to 50.
Occupying almost 10,000 sq ft of office space across various locations, Africa Oil, GHCO, Geotab, a hedge fund business and MMR Research have all found their new office base with Kitt. Working closely with the team to design and curate a space that embodied their brand and worked practically for them, brands such as GHCO were able to create a space that allowed its traders to successfully do their jobs whilst meeting their electronic needs.
Many of Kitt's signings have made the move from serviced spaces or smaller offices, showing a shift in businesses’ attitudes post-pandemic. Those originating from smaller workspaces are now understanding the need for a space where they can collaborate as a team, attract talent and develop and scale their business.
Steve Coulson, Co-founder and CEO of Kitt, says: “While many business leaders are grappling with how to think about the role of workspace in their business, we have seen a wave of companies begin to take confident steps forward after 15 months of uncertainty. There are many different factors driving these decisions, but the common threads are the unique role the office plays in underpinning collaboration, culture and community - three things that technology will never be able to fully replace.
"We believe these factors are defensible and hard to replicate, and in the long run will separate the good businesses from the category leaders. We have a small but important role to play here - to make inspiring workspaces easy to find, design and manage; and in turn enable vibrant businesses to thrive.”