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Montash move to new premises!

23/09/2013 by

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After our sustained growth surge and constant expansion- relocation was inevitable. Through months of meticulous design, preparation and hard work Montash can now confirm we are in our brand new offices and loving every minute. Still based in the heart of London’s Tech City our new premises, Linen Court, can be found at 10 East Road – close to Old Street roundabout.

Boasting a fully integrated surround-sound system, floor-to-ceiling windows, a state of the art kitchen and an Olympic standard ping pong table added to the fresh fruit and weekly breakfast all set on a spacious open-planned floor with views of The Shard, our staff are very happy with their new surroundings!

We have big plans for growth and are looking to recruit the best. Have a look at our website www.montash.com for internal opportunities; alternatively email our Talent Manager Usha Tyagi at usha@montash.com for information regarding our hiring process and comprehensive induction programme.

Written by Vicky Jones, Montash Head of Marketing & Communications

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