If you've ever worked in an open-plan office, you'll know that more often than not, very few conversations in the office are work-related. From last night's episode of the Great British Bake Off to Friday's work night out, office communication frequently strays outside the professional arena and into something altogether more fun and frivolous.
When you spend most of your working life in London, why spend every waking minute inside the office?
It's only right that you spend a little time getting to know the city. It is, after all, a global cultural capital. Naturally, you've already scaled The Shard and swung slowly round on The London Eye. You've peered quizzically at every object inside the Tate Modern, spent happy afternoons at the Natural History Museum and absorbed gruesome tales at the Tower of London. So what's next?
There's so much to love about London. The arts, the underground, the lost stations, the Olympics, the start-up scene, the Royals, the shopping, and the fact that businesses can now have a ".london" website address.
And of course, Boris Johnson.
It goes without saying that Landmark loves London. Over the past 13 years we've created a network of six business hubs in the heart of this very special city and we've been supporting businesses of all sizes, right across the corporate spectrum, ever since.
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