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Facilities signing up for Workplace Week 2017

20 October 2017

A growing number of companies are confirming their participation in Workplace Week 2017, in aid of BBC Children in Need, which begins on 13 November this year.

Those already confirmed include companies with some of the most inspiring workplaces, such as Macquarie, HelloFresh, ZPG, Expedia and Moo.

Included in the list are some of London's most contemporary settings, such as the HelloFresh head office situated in the Shoreditch area.

It has won the Best Office Space award within the London Design Awards and recognised for its focus on encouraging productivity, creativity and sustainability, in line with the growing trend for providing agile working facilities.

Similarly impressive, the Macquarie headquarters in Ropemaker Street was ranked by The Telegraph as one of the UK's Top 10 Coolest Offices in 2015.

It includes 217,500 sq ft spread over six floors and encourages flexible working practices.

The building's iconic red staircase climbs through the heart of the building to reflect a culture of openness and connectivity.

Expedia has also won a number of accolades for its London office in the Angel area, including two consecutive years as Best Place to Work in the UK within the Glassdoor rankings.

It features a number of internationally-themed meetings and an extensive roof terrace with impressive views over North London, with multiple 'chill out zones', Formula One simulators and a range of benefits provided to employees.

Chiswick Park is another impressive setting that will host visitors during Workplace Week, which was featured in the June issue of PFM Magazine.

Further details and booking arrangements are available here, with all proceeds going to Children in Need.

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