People’s Champion Finalist: MOVE Guides

The cloud-based company redefining talent mobility – will the disruptive start-up get your vote?

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  • Henry Williams

Start-up name: MOVE Guides
Founders: Brynne Herbert
Started in: 2011
Based in: London
Business description: Cloud platform for talent mobility 

Shortlisted category:

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Venture Funded Business of the Year

The MOVE Guides story:

Upon returning to the UK for an MBA at London Business School, Brynne Herbert found herself wondering why it was so hard to plan a move but not a holiday. It wasn’t long before she decided to solve this dilemma with the launch of Startups 100-listed MOVE Guides – a
cloud platform for talent mobility.

The company supports its clients in all aspects of talent mobility, including the employee move, integrated payments and automated workflows, claiming to save 10% on traditional relocation management.

Having partnered with a number of multinational FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies, MOVE Guides’ enviable client list includes Societe General, Adobe and Tesco to name a few.

Unlike competitors the company streamlines the process of relocation by bringing together companies, employees, vendors and finance on a single integrated cloud-based system. The past year has seen the team grow from 15 to 80 with the opening of its San Francisco and Hong Kong offices alongside existing offices in New York and London. 

Why MOVE Guides made our 60:

Backed by an impressive $8.2m in Series A funding this high growth firm looks set to redefine talent mobility, with big plans to continue to expand its international team, launch new products and foster global partnerships over the next 12 months.

Where to find out more about MOVE Guides:

Website: www.moveguides.com

Henry Williams

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