Attention Seekers previously worked with Jeremy Clarkson and the cast of Amazon's The Grand Tour
Attention Seekers previously worked with Jeremy Clarkson and the cast of Amazon's The Grand Tour
Richard Bell

Creative firms sign at WestWorks in White City Place

Two more companies have signed up for space at the WestWorks scheme in London’s White City Place.

Following recent deals in the business district with Autolus Limited and Synthace, software company Arts Alliance Media and creative agency Attention Seekers are both set to move into the building.

Attention Seekers’ work focuses on interactive broadcasts, online video content and live events for clients including Microsoft and sportswear giant Nike.

Arts Alliance Media provides digital cinema software and related services to help cinemas streamline their operations, slash costs and improve customer experience.

The investment and development companies behind the MediaWorks scheme are Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo.

Stanhope CEO David Camp said: “The arrival of Arts Alliance Media and Attention Seekers further puts White City on the map as an area that caters for the most vibrant organisations.

“I am delighted to witness the consolidation of the business community at White City Place, promoting collaboration and innovation both between and within our tenant organisations.”

Property consultancies Cushman & Wakefield and Knight Frank acted for Stanhope. Frost Meadowcroft represented Arts Alliance Media.

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