Feeling Fruity at Innocent Drinks for Children In Need

Spacestor left the comfort of their own workplace last week for a nosey around one of the UK’s most exciting workplaces, all in the name of charity. As part of Workplace Week organised by AWA (9th-13th November) smoothie giant Innocent Drinks opened the doors of Fruit Towers in Ladbroke Grove, London, to raise money for BBC Children in Need. We enjoyed a 90-minute tour of Innocent HQ including a stop-off to visit their hallowed banana phone and display of baby photos! There were plenty of smoothies to go around and we got the chance to have a Q&A session with staff to find out what makes working at Innocent so great. Fruit Towers boasts a creative and innovative place to work – from astro-turfed floors to their Lego wall – one of their aims is to provide an inspiring workspace for employees, which it does in style. Their slew of awards, including The Times 100 Best Companies to Work For, is a testament to their success in this respect. We had a great afternoon out, and not only did we get to contribute to BBC Children in Need, but it got our creative juices flowing too!  Does your creative side need a jump start?  We'd love to talk to you, call us on 020 8997 7899 or email [email protected] .

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