Here at Return, we’re proud to be a Northern Agency in the heart of Manchester. Over the last ten years, we’ve seen the city grow into a real creative hub and it’s an honour to be a part of this development.
But in a major step last month, we opened the doors to a swanky London office. This is part of a strategic expansion for Return, as Managing Director Guy Levine explained in a recent interview with the Drum. It’s not a call to be taken more seriously; we simply feel that it’s important to have a local footprint to properly serve a geographical location. As we continue to grow in size and ambition, it’s only natural that we’ll be working with ever-larger clients – and that, inevitably, means London is becoming increasingly important to us.
The London office is housed in the quirky environment of the Old St. building on Corsham Street.
Why we love it
We were really taken with the stripped back, bare concrete interior design, which has been covered with unique graffiti to add a fun, quirky touch to the industrial style. The building has a stunning spiral staircase winding through its centre, complete with a bright mural designed by local artists.
We’re a social bunch here at Return, and we wanted this to continue through into our London office. Choosing an office in this location means we have access to a spacious communal area with a relaxed vibe for informal meetings and lunch breaks.
Our London office is also near the centre of London’s up-and-coming tech scene, the Silicon Roundabout.
Exciting times for Return!
With our recent rebrand, the opening of our London office and the addition of some great new team members, 2017 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Return. We’ve also launched our new CRO offering; to find out how it could bring outstanding results for your business, read this blog post.
Think Return sounds like a great place to work? We’re hiring! If you feel like you’d be a good fit for our ever-expanding team, check out our careers page and send your CV our way. We look forward to hearing from you!