We’ve moved!

After seven successful years of growth, Chelsea Apps Factory has started a new chapter in its history by moving the London HQ from Fulham to Farringdon.

Whilst SW London will always remain our spiritual home we are excited to start this next phase of growth - and our new premises provide the flexibility to deliver more projects for our clients, grow our teams and attract the best talent on the market.

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Situated above the iconic Smithfield market the space is not faceless and corporate but full of quirky character, in keeping with our company. Most importantly it’s light and airy with room for everyone on one floor. Great for collaboration and team communication.

Why not drop in for a cup of tea if you’re passing and we’ll give you the grand tour?

Our new address:

10 Lindsey Street,
London, EC1A 9HP
+44 20 3141 9800
contact@chelsea-apps.com

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