Making Moves London secures new WeWork HQ for edtech leader Multiverse

Making Moves recently helped secure Multiverse's new 16,000 sq ft headquarters at Eastbourne Terrace, Paddington. The move marks a key milestone in Multiverse's growth journey.

By Making Moves London

Making Moves London is delighted to announce its role in securing Multiverse’s new 16,000 sqft headquarters at WeWork’s Eastbourne Terrace in Paddington.

Multiverse, an edtech company founded by Euan Blair, has been making significant strides in the education sector. Their innovative approach connects education with employment opportunities, providing apprenticeship programmes in collaboration with top employers to help young talents develop essential skills for meaningful careers.

The new headquarters at Eastbourne Terrace marks a crucial step in Multiverse’s growth journey, offering a prime and centrally-located address. The move reflects Multiverse’s commitment to expanding their presence and enhancing their operations.

Making Moves London’s expertise in commercial real estate proved instrumental in finding the ideal space that perfectly aligned with Multiverse’s vision. “We are proud to have played a key role in assisting Multiverse in finding their new home at Eastbourne Terrace,” said Tobi Crosbie, CEO & Founder of Making Moves London. “Our team’s dedication to understanding our clients’ needs and providing tailored solutions has allowed us to locate the perfect space for Multiverse’s growth and development. We are excited to witness Multiverse’s continued success in their new headquarters.”

The new headquarters offers modern facilities and a contemporary workspace designed to foster collaboration and employee well-being. With room for future expansion, the space accommodates Multiverse’s vision for further growth and impact in the edtech industry.

A huge thank you to everyone involved with the process, including the teams at WeWork, Multiverse and Making Moves London. If you’d like support on your next office move, get in touch today.