Making Moves London comes on board as partner for Startups 100

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One month on from the Startups 100 2018 reveal and organisation for the exclusive Startups 100 2018 July event is underway.

Ahead of the event, we have an exciting announcement to make…

Spurred on from being named one of the UK’s top 100 best and brightest early-stage businesses in the index, Making Moves London, has come on board as an event partner.

The London commercial property finder, which launched in 2015 and has sourced, negotiated and managed office moves for over 100 companies including Goat Agency, Farfetch and Matches Fashion, will be helping to make the Startups 100 2018 event a spectacular celebration of the country’s top start-ups.

Working with and Startups 100 2018 sponsor DCMN, Making Moves will be involved in the hosting of the event which is taking place at an exclusive location in London on the evening of July 19.

The event is open to all the 100 businesses featured in the Startups 100 2018 index and will encompass inspiring fireside chats with Startups 100 alumni, networking over drinks and canapes, and an after party to carry on the celebrations.

Tobi Crosbie, CEO and founder of Making Moves, commented: “After being nominated on the Startup 100 list ourselves, and seeing the achievements of other Startups 100 businesses – many of whom are based in London – we decided that it would be a great opportunity for us to partner with the event.

“We understand the market and specialise in working with a huge variety of start-ups and high growth clients, advising them on their property strategy, as well as sourcing, negotiating and managing their entire office move”.

Find out more about the Startups 100 2018 here and share your support for the index on social media using the dedicated hashtag #Startups100.

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