Targetspace’s Natalie Howard Promoted to Area Centre Manager

Natalie Howard, Area Centre Manager at Targetspace
Natalie Howard, Area Centre Manager at Targetspace

Serviced and virtual office provider Targetspace today announces the promotion of Natalie Howard to Area Centre Manager, covering 70 St Mary Axe and new Canary Wharf business centre, Hertsmere House.

Howard, who has worked in customer services for the last twelve years, initially joined Targetspace in 2007 as a Customer Services Representative. Howard’s promotion to Area Centre Manager comes after having recently achieved a certificate in Essential Skills for High Performance Managers from the Business Centre Association.

Targetspace Managing Director Stephen Finnegan commented: “Natalie has been an important part of the Targetspace team for some time now and I am delighted that we can recognise her dedication to the company by promoting her to Area Centre Manager.

“This is a time of growth for Targetspace and it is crucial to have a solid team on board that will help us go from strength to strength. I look forward to Natalie starting her new role and wish her all the best!”

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Commenting on her promotion, Natalie Howard added: “I am delighted with my new role of Area Centre Manager and making Hertsmere House as much of a success as St Mary Axe has been. I am also looking forward to seeing the continued growth of Targetspace over the coming years and very much being a part of it.”

About TargetSpace

Targetspace offers serviced offices, conference and meeting rooms and virtual offices in a number of prime locations across London. Formed in 2006 with a focus on flexibility and transparency, Targetspace aims to create a hassle-free existence for landlords and clients alike, with a focus on delivering positive cash flows and quality customer service. In July 2012 Targetspace was purchased by the senior management team through an MBO. For more information on Targetspace, visit www.targetspace.co.uk.

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