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HELLO FRESH, EXPEDIA and MOO in Workplace Week 2017

Marking its fifth consecutive year, Workplace Week 2017 will take place the week commencing the 13th November 2017. The popular fundraising week is organised by leading workplace consultancy Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA).
This year’s event involves a dynamic programme of events, including a host of brand new workplace tours representing some of the most innovative workspaces across London and beyond.

Organisations that have never before opened their doors to their ‘working workplaces’ will do so this November, including some of the world’s biggest food, travel, technology, financial services and creative organisations.
The head office of popular fresh food subscription start-up, HELLOFRESH, is bound to lure in foodies and workplace fanatics alike. Based in London’s trendy Shoreditch neighbourhood, and winner of the London Design Award for ‘Best Office Space’, ‘The Fresh Farm’ has been purposefully designed to encourage productivity, creativity and sustainability. With a range of upcycled furniture, pallet cladded columns, a wall of pre-loved cookery books, and a fully functioning cookery school, creating a unique environment for teams to come together, visitors will definitely get a taste of great work life balance in this trendy North London HQ.

Voted as the ‘Best Place to Work in the UK’ for two consecutive years, according to Glassdoor's rankings and called ‘one of the UK’s happiest tech teams’ by Techworld, EXPEDIA’s London office in Angel allows you to travel the world with one walk of the office, with a range of internationally themed meeting rooms. With its huge roof terrace offering stunning views of the North London skyline, multiple ‘chill-out zones’, Formula One simulators, plus a host of benefits for employees, visitors will get jet-lag just taking in the awe-inspiring working world of Expedia.
Completing the first five names to hit the bill this November, is digital print and design company, MOO, based directly opposite Farringdon tube station in heart of London’s original 18th Century printing district. With an office space spanning 120 meters long and 40 meters wide (the equivalent of three Olympic size swimming pools) – and a 60 metre-long paper installation suspended from the ceiling, constructed from over 500 panels of beautifully crafted G.F Smith Colorplan paper - the large open plan office is as colourful and vibrant as the materials it prints.  Even the books in their personal library are organised by colour instead of name!
And that’s not all… more than 15 other workplaces opening their doors for Workplace Week 2017 are still to be announced.

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