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One of Nottingham’s newest workspaces has been home to the full-service agency Ketchup Marketing.
The company’s move to the Dryden Enterprise Center is the company’s second office, adding to its rural headquarters in Leicestershire.
The Dryden Enterprise Center is owned by Nottingham Trent University and is based at its city center campus.
Paul Jones, Director of Sales and Operations, said, “The Dryden Enterprise Center space is a perfect fit for us. Our team is amazing and deserves to work in a place that can fuel their creativity and passion. Plus, it’s a great place for our customers to come meet us, share ideas, and come up with exciting new ideas to drive their business forward.
Katrina Starkie, Space and Community Manager for the Dryden Enterprise Center, said, “This is a fantastic building that was designed and built with businesses like Ketchup in mind. Companies that are forward-thinking and put their people first recognize that this is an ideal space to do business, because we all want to give people what they need to get the most out of their working days.
“I think people have recognized that there has to be a balance between working from home and working in the office, and when you come into an office it has to be a safe space where you can collaborate, communicate and sit down when you need it. We have it all here and it’s brilliant companies like Ketchup joining us to be a part of it.