Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has secured a new office in the sought-after area of Botley for global innovation consultancy Oxentia.
Oxentia has leased a fully refurbished office space of 4,500 sq ft at Willow Court, Botley, just outside Oxford city centre, where the firm will be able to continue its expansion.
Willow Court sits in a prime business location, 1.2 miles from Oxford mainline railway station and close to amenities such as retail and leisure.
Established in 2004 as an operating division of Oxford University Innovation, the company has grown to work with clients in more than 70 countries around the world from its Botley headquarters. Oxentia’s mission is to bring new ideas to life providing high-quality innovation management consulting services to governments, research organisations, universities, SMEs and large corporates.
Steve Cleverley, CEO of Oxentia, said: “We are delighted to be relocating to Willow Court which provides a vibrant space enabling our expansion. Lambert Smith Hampton has played an instrumental role in identifying and securing our new office premises.”
Charlotte Reaney, associate director – office advisory at Lambert Smith Hampton, said: “After a competitive search, we are pleased to have secured an ideal, modern office for Oxentia as the company grows. Office supply in Oxford city centre is extremely tight. The knock-on-effect is greater city areas, such as Botley, are increasingly popular.”