In the Netherlands, WPP-owned digital data collection specialist Lightspeed GMI is relocating its 's-Hertogenbosch-based office to a larger facility, to facilitate growth of the company's European operations.
Founded in 1996, Lightspeed GMI develops technology and sampling methodologies, and provides access to more than 5.5 million online research respondents in 45 countries. Overlooking the famous Saint John's cathedral, the new office at Magistratenlaan 178 has been designed to replicate the layout of the firm's existing EMEA headquarters in Westminster, London.
Leon de Koning (pictured), Managing Director NCEE (Northern, Central & Eastern Europe), comments: 'Our growth has accelerated in recent years. This move enables Lightspeed GMI to serve our clients at an enhanced level of service. It underscores our commitment to employees by providing a creative and collaborative workspace.'
Web site: www.lightspeedgmi.com .
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