Travel industry payment solutions firm eNett International has moved its EMEA headquarters into specially-designed new London offices.
The company, a joint venture between Travelport and PSP International, is now based in premises in Paddington also tenanted by leading players in the technology, telecoms and real estate industries.
ENett’s UK-based team has more than doubled in the past six months from 9 to 20 and it expects to continue expanding in line with travel industry demand.
Leading architects HLW International were contracted to design the offices and provide global guidelines for other locations around the world. The firm has previously worked for Google and lastminute.com.
“We wanted to create a space that our team would enjoy coming to every day and where our customers would feel inspired,” said eNett managing director and chief executive Anthony Hynes.
HLW design director Adam Strudwick said: “Our challenge was to help bring to life the essence of the eNett brand – to be bold and brave but also reassuring and credible, given what they do for their customers. It’s an energetic team and we’re certain that they’ll be well positioned in their new offices to service the region’s travel industry.”