Paperlinx launches flexible London office for customers

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Paperlinx has converted part of its London base into a free meeting centre for customers to use as an "extension of their own offices" in the capital.

The facility in Mandela Way, near Elephant & Castle in Central London, has been renovated with hot-desk, broadband Wifi, office printers, private meeting rooms and drinks machines.

"Many of our customers regularly find themselves in London visiting clients or attending sales appointments and need more than a cramped table in a coffee shop to answer emails or respond to customers’ requests for quotes etc," said Andy Buxton, managing director of Paperlinx’s Commercial Print division.

"Our focus is firmly on meeting our customers’ needs, helping them to add value to their businesses, whatever their requirements and opening up this resource is a key part of that commitment."

The new facility follows the recent unveiling of a number of customer-centric initiatives, which included printers’ webstores and The Car Wrap Club.

The office facility is open now and can be booked though


Please note: We are currently doing some essential maintenance on our Disqus integration. As a result it may not be possible to post new comments or they may not immediately appear - full service should resume by 4 October.

Printweek welcomes informed debate, but all comments must comply with our house rules which can be read here: A-Z of using the Printweek forums


© MA Business Limited 2023. Published by MA Business Limited, St Jude's Church, Dulwich Road, London, SE24 0PB, a company registered in England and Wales no. 06779864. MA Business is part of the Mark Allen Group .