Station10 finds a new home
As we’ve moved into our new office and started a new chapter, we thought it’d be a great time to look back at what we’ve achieved in the last 7 years and what inspired the founding of Station10.
In late 2010 an idea was born to form and grow a data analytics company and in April 2011 Station10 was born. Our name (and founder) was inspired by Station X, the codename for Bletchley Park, the secret home of World War Two codebreakers.
We soon won our first big client and hit the ground running. On 21 April 2013, Station10 grew to a team of 3 people and moved into our London office in Vine Hill, Farringdon.
Over the years our client list has grown to include names such as Virgin Atlantic, Tesco, Boehringer Ingelheim, Vue Cinemas and The British Army.
In the summer of 2016 over 60 colleagues and friends from client companies and partner companies joined us to celebrate our 5th birthday at the Sky Bar at the Grange Holborn hotel.
Now having worked with over 40 clients in the UK, Europe, and beyond, Station10 has grown out of our Vine Hill offices and we have moved to a new home (still in Farringdon) on Kirby Street.
Once we’d been in the office for a couple of weeks and settled in, we invited a photographer to visit us to take a few shots of our new place. We’re delighted to share a few of the photos with you. But we would love to show you round the office face-to-face.