We’re moving! Intuit builds UK and European headquarters in Victoria

By Jake Martin

1 min read

At Intuit we’re moving our UK and European headquarters to new offices in Victoria, London.

The planned move, scheduled for mid-2013, follows an outstanding year for Intuit in the UK with record sales for QuickBooks and QuickBooks Online and the doubling  of our staff, including a newly formed on-shore customer support team.

Mark Little, UK managing director for Intuit, said:

“Intuit is seeing strong small business customer growth in the UK. We are expanding our QuickBooks portfolio, innovating with cloud and mobile solutions and recently announced the pilot of Intuit Pay, an easy, secure and inexpensive way to accept card payments anywhere.”

“With the new headquarters, we are creating a world-class workspace for our growing marketing, technology, customer care and financial services teams to deliver amazing product experiences for small businesses and accounting professionals in the UK and beyond.”

Making ourselves at home

Intuit new office 2

The whole Intuit team travelled by coach to Victoria this week to take a look at the new office and get a feel for the local area. We also held a scavenger hunt to find the important places nearby – such as where sells good coffee and lunch! Let us know if you have any recommendations.

We can’t wait to move into our new home!

New European headquarters

The Victoria office will also act as our European headquarters to support the regional expansion of QuickBooks Online, the world’s No. 1 cloud accounting software with more than 1.3 million paying users.

Commenting upon the support provided to Intuit by the UK government, Little said:

 “London is a natural home for a technology business of our size and stature. The government’s vision of positioning London as a leading tech centre makes us confident that this location will help drive our growth plans in Britain and Europe. UK Trade and Investment has been extremely supportive in offering their assistance through this process and beyond.”

Helen Moore, vice consul, UKTI San Francisco, said:

“The San Francisco team of UKTI  helped Intuit explore the drivers and incentives new locations might offer, then involved London and Partners to provide data and access to London’s talent base. Together UKTI and L&P will continue to support Intuit outreach and recruitment needs over the longer term.”

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