Forsite joins London & Partners business growth programme
Proptech company Forsite announced today it is thrilled to be accepted into the business growth programme for the mayor of London’s official promotional agency, London & Partners.
London & Partners is a major driver of growth in London. Between 2011 and 2018, the organisation helped increase London’s economy by £1.5B, supported or created more than 48,000 jobs and helped almost 2,000 companies to set up or expand in London.
Forsite’s CEO, Simon Yock, says his company is a perfect match for London & Partners as it is entering a phase of high growth and commitment to development within the London market.
“We are looking forward to collaborating with this agency that is renowned for its commitment to innovation and which has played such a pivotal role in the growth of UK-based small and medium sized enterprises,” says Yock.
“Our passion for innovation aligns strongly with that of London & Partners, so we see the addition of Forsite to the business growth programme to be an exciting step in promoting broader growth of the Proptech sector within London.”
Yock also says that Forsite’s inclusion in the London & Partners programme is a tremendous step forward in his company’s strategic growth plan for the UK.
“The key benefits of this programme for Forsite will be extensive, as it will connect us with London & Partners’ more than 500 stakeholders, and provide us greater access to talent, as well as growth support and mentoring,” he says.
“We can’t wait to see how Forsite prospers through this increased exposure provided within the London & Partners business growth programme.”
Yock says Forsite’s UK Country Manager, Guy Adderley will be attending future London & Partners events, so encourages any interested parties to introduce themselves for a chat about Forsite.
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