Cloud company 3EN targets London growth with new office space

The 3EN senior leadership team (from left) Matthew McDowell, Laura Blacklock, Conor McDonnell, Dale Cree, Alison Cree, Adam Cree and Mark Bell

CLOUD technology company 3EN in Holywood has signed a deal with workplace provider Regus to create office space for its employees in London as it targets further UK expansion.

3EN's newly opened office space in Holborn will bolster its hybrid working offerings for remote employees based in the south-east of England, providing space for team members to work outside their homes and boost in-person collaboration.

The move by 3EN is designed to capitalise on rising office occupancy figures in the UK, which are up by a third since January according to Regus owner IWG.

3EN's contract with Regus will also allow it to utilise meeting rooms in Regus office spaces throughout the UK and across the world, facilitating opportunities for remote employees to connect with colleagues face-to-face at locations that suit them best.

3EN - which will also provide office space for its employees in Bonn through Regus - has just reported its highest six-month revenue since opening its doors in 2011, and it is currently hiring employees to boost its client services, software engineering and project management teams (details at

Chief executive Dale Cree said: “Our new London hub will provide a space for remote team members to come together for collaboration, community, or simply peace and quiet outside of the home.

“Hybrid working has many benefits and we want to make sure our entire team is supported with the infrastructure to do their best work so that we can continue the on trajectory of making 2022 our best year in business yet.”