Worldwide operational expansion sees Kindred move to new Wimbledon office

Alexander Westrell

Stockholm-listed online gambling operator Kindred Group Plc has moved its UK staff into a new purpose-built ‘Kindred House’ office building in Wimbledon.

The European operator has been based in Wimbledon (London SW19) since 1997, where Kindred has primarily housed its marketing and commercial corporate functions.

Speaking to SBC, Alex Westrell Group Head of Communications for Kindred Group, detailed that the launch of Kindred House would form a key part of the company’s worldwide operational expansion.

“We are all very excited to be back in Wimbledon, our home since 1997.  This is our fifth office in Wimbledon, and this time around in our very own, brand new building, which really adds to the excitement. We pride ourselves on being a Great Place To Work, and a building like this really sets the framework for that. Kindred House gives much better collaboration spaces, a vibrant communal area, and the best view in Wimbledon” Westrell details

“Kindred House is the second completion of several new offices we are in the process of moving into. In May earlier this year, our team in Gibraltar moved into the World Trade Centre. Next up is Malta, bringing together our two current offices into one, with scheduled delivery in Q3 of 2018. We recently also announced an early 2019 opening of the new tech hub in central Stockholm.”

This November, Kindred governance confirmed that the company had committed to a relocation project for its Stockholm ‘home HQ’. The company will migrate its ‘home’ Stockholm office to new premises within the ‘Urban Escape Project’ in central Stockholm, a business property currently being developed by AMF Fastigheter.

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