With a transparent and collaborative environment, Acticall sitel’s new Miami headquarters fosters an exchange of ideas and innovation.
After evaluating several locations to consolidate and relocate its headquarters from Nashville following its merger with France-based Acticall Group, Sitel chose Miami as its new headquarters due to its international status as a global destination—a cosmopolitan city rich in culture and accessible from anywhere in the world. As a leader in providing outsourcing of customer experience management, Sitel’s new workspace reflects their core values of employee empowerment, open communication, and service excellence.
An open floor plan with collaboration areas throughout encourages interaction and teamwork. Interior offices are shared by management to increase efficiency and reduce the real estate footprint. The café and conference rooms are placed on the perimeter so all employees can take advantage of prime views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. A ratio of 1:1 collaboration to assigned seating empowers employees with choice in work mode.
Sitel Miami fuses elements from their previous locations: clean and modern elements from Paris are complemented with hints of warmth from Nashville. Reclaimed wood tables balance with polished concrete and exposed ceilings. Furniture is minimalistic with pops of color that reference the new company’s subsidiary brands. Glass office fronts are framed black giving a crisp and sharp contrast to the pure white space. The design team met a fast-track schedule by providing comprehensive design presentations and exceptionally accurate Revit models with 3D views.
By Emon Reiser – Digital Producer, South Florida Business Journal
GDS Publishing, an international events and technology services company, has relocated to the top floor of a 90,000-square-foot office building in Miami Beach.
The Bristol, United Kingdom-based company moved its South Florida branch to 10,000 square feet at 1688 Meridian Avenue. The firm will occupy the entire penthouse floor of the office space with more than 40 employees. Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director Gordon Messinger represented the property owner in lease negotiations and CREC’s Steven Hurwitz represented the tenant.
GDS relocated from 1691 Michigan Ave.
The company’s fellow tenants now include Regus, a major flexible workspace company; international modeling agency Next Model Management and international advertising agency J. Walter Thompson Worldwide.
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You for making our Second Annual Hard Hats & High Heels event on June 8th such an amazing experience. To have so many of South Florida’s movers and shakers smiling, networking and truly engaging on behalf of Habitat Miami makes our work so much more enjoyable!
From the wonderful setting at EAST Miami, to the delicious food and excellent coffee bar, it could not have been a more perfect evening.
You got to hear directly from a Habitat family about the impact this organization makes in our community, and we were especially excited to announce the launch of the Women Building Up Women initiative.
Lastly, because of your support, we will soon start construction of Miami’s 12th Women Build home!
On behalf of the Habitat Women’s Leadership Council, the Habitat Board and staff and all Habitat partner families, we thank you once again for your support. We cannot wait to see you again next time!