Orega, the UK’s specialist provider of inspiring workspace, today announces the opening of its latest London business centre in the heart of the Tech City, 101 Finsbury Pavement in Moorgate. This opening marks Orega’s eleventh centre of excellence and its fourth business centre in London, alongside High Holborn, Hammersmith and Wandsworth.
This latest addition of 17,400 Sqft to the Orega portfolio has been fitted out with premium serviced office space and contains over 200 inspiring workspaces. The centre also boasts a hidden landscaped roof terrace; an oasis in the middle of the Capital - ideal for staff breaks, break outs, or entertaining clients.
101 Finsbury Pavement offers an array of flexible workspace solutions designed to meet the different office needs of all types of businesses. These range from fully serviced offices for medium to large companies needing a workplace, to virtual office options for new business who want to showcase their business in one of the most aspirational addresses in London, to meeting room facilities for companies that want to take advantage of the inspirational and stylish interior design.
Orega launched their Moorgate offices last week with a wine tasting reception, hosted by Oddbins, and a delicious spread of food. You could also take a tour of the building with the current sales manager, Nadia Garcia, who took us round all the sites including the stunning oasis like roof terrace.
Local businesses, current clients and affiliates were invited to the event, to meet and greet. The manager of the building also came to join the event and was impressed with the high standards of the offices.
The night was finished off with a speech from Jeremy Hampton, Director of Sales and Marketing, who said “I feel the event is a great success and to get the real impression of the building, you really have to see it. I am proud to be opening such a prestigious building”. They also had a raffle with wine donated by Oddbins and vouchers for our services with Orega Moorgate.
The opening coincides with a time of growth for London after 2012’s summer of greatness, which has showcased the best of the Capital and the UK. According to the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry's, business confidence in the London economy has reached its highest level since before the recession and the CBI has stated that the number of firms rating London as a good place to do business has risen to 86 per cent.