The Westworks

Business development service with designer clients move to iconic White City Place district

The Communications Store is moving its head office to one million sq ft business district White City Place.

Revealed today (October 16) by Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo, The Communications Store will move from its current location in Kensington, taking 14,000 sq ft of office space and relocating 130 staff members to the site.

Founded in 1995 and independently owned, The Communications Store has offices in London and New York and counts brands including global fashion house Versace to fashion retailer Tu at Sainsburys as its clients.

Other tenants in the WestWorks include ITV Studios who have 350 staff located on-site, tech scaleups Attention Seekers and Arts Alliance Media and the global pharmaceutical company Novartis.

David Camp, chief executive of Stanhope, said: “We are delighted that The Communications Store have decided to relocate their Head Office to the WestWorks building in White City Place.

“The addition of The Communications Store shows the emergence of White City Place as a home for innovative, forward thinking companies, all of whom have been drawn by the growth of White City - London’s most exciting neighbourhood.”

Julietta Dexter, CEO and founder of The Communications Store, added: “The move to WestWorks is a hugely important milestone for our business.

“As we continue to develop and broaden our service offering globally for our clients, encompassing digital communications, a design studio and social and influencer marketing, the new purpose-built space and surrounding community serves as the perfect platform to nurture our talent and realise our future strategic vision.”

Explore these topics

Our Partners