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Kreston International HQ moves to new City office

Kreston International has moved its headquarters to a new office based in Moorgate in the City of London.

The move has been based on the desire of its members to have a central office that matches the image of the network itself.

The new headquarters allows Kreston members to visit and hold their own international client and intra-firm meetings on the premises.

Kreston CEO Liza Robbins said: “We have been looking for an office space that works for Kreston and reflects the ambition of the network. Working in this agile and modern space will be a catalyst for all the great things that we are doing at Kreston, and it will help us go from strength to strength.”

Kreston International also made a number of additions to its member services team with the appointment of Katarzyna Grabarczyk and Xinxin Cusack-Huang.

Commenting on the appointments, Kreston International strategic marketing director Marc Charlton said: “We are delighted to have built a small but energetic team here at Kreston, to serve the needs of our member firms, and help the Kreston offering reach businesses all over the world.”

 

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