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Monthly Archives: April 2014
Best of the best in Games Design, Ninjar Studios, swiftly and silently lands in Nottingham, and takes the Tech sector by storm.
Tucked away in the attic of a Georgian Mansion in Nottingham, converted into office space owned by Exeid, are a group of like-minded games design geniuses who are busy at work on their next big (and secret) project. The team of four co-partners; Charles Machin, Phil Ronaldson, Barney Williams and Steve Riding all have enviable industry experience, and together created a company from which the games sector can expect great things. This company is Ninjar Studios, who have a clear mission to create fun, engaging games, and to be an ethical company that everybody wants to work with. Today, Exeid talks … Read More
Exeid and Rushcliffe Borough Council are excited to announce that renovations of the Rushcliffe Technology and Enterprise Centre (RTEC) have officially started. Today, we ventured down to West Bridgford to take a first look at the skeleton of what will become a 12,000 sq.ft centre of excellence for developing businesses of all sizes. Donning fluorescent Exeid jackets, we entered the site with camera in hand, to capture the first moments of this project’s new life. The interior which had made up the previous office had been ripped out, leaving the bare structure, upon which to build new serviced offices. From first impression, … Read More
Refurbished London Office space sees increase in demand, with Skyscraper dominance coming to an end in 2014.
The beautiful and historic city of London has, for years, been dominated by a forest of skyscrapers for large corporations, shadowing over smaller companies with a seemingly subjugating intent. However, the recent cluster of high-rise London office buildings that have been completed are set to be some of the last to be built in the city under current planning rules. In 2011, a statement was published by the City of London’s Chief Planning Officer, Peter Rees, revealing that there are no more plans to build high-rise towers in the Square Mile, telling The Independent “It will be an end of … Read More