The photo capturing, creating and sharing company, Magic Memories, has moved to larger offices in London’s Millbank Tower.
Magic Memories has announced it has moved to new offices in the heart of London. Millbank Tower is a 387 foot (118 metre) skyscraper that sits alongside the River Thames at Millbank. New neighbours will include Google, Boeing, and Microsoft.
The new location allows Magic Memories to be closer to partner attractions throughout London. These include SEA LIFE London Aquarium, The View from the Shard, and Shrek’s Adventure.
It will also allow much more space for the company’s growing team. This now embraces business development, design, marketing, commercial operations, IT and tech management.
“We’re excited to move into these new offices to provide the enhanced services to support our rapidly evolving offerings to our partners,” says Ben Thomas, Regional CEO of Europe and Middle East at Magic Memories.
“We’re incredibly excited about the next phase of the guest experience and we will continue to invest in new, more compelling, more personalized ways to showcase our partners’ world-class attractions.”
Millbank Tower was constructed in 1963. It is a Grade II listed building and a prominent landmark on the London skyline. The tower has been home to many high-profile organisations in its time. Both the Labour and Conservative parties have been based there, as has the United Nations.
Magic Memories offers a range of storybook products and digital options, delivered in real time to customers, all powered by the company’s technology platform. It’s the leader in helping guests capture, create and share their experiences at attractions and events all over the world. 150 million guests share over 300 million memories each year.
The company was founded in New Zealand in 1995 and now operates in ten countries. Over the past two years the company has opened significant new locations in Europe and the Middle East. Revenues and operating profits have grown substantially.
Images courtesy of Magic Memories and Millbank Tower.