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Hello Fresh: The transformation begins

New offices and a wealth of new IT from HP for Hello Fresh.

When we first met Hello Fresh it was a business that had reached an inflection point. The company had enjoyed considerable success, but in order to grow fundamental changes had to be made.

Change can be difficult for any business, but it can also be an exciting and inspirational time, and it’s safe to say that Hello Fresh has emerged from its chrysalis looking stronger and more beautiful than ever.

Having secured offices in the heart of London’s West End, Hello Fresh has created its own, unique office culture and look. Founder and Head Chef Patrick Drake took it upon himself to build his office kitchen using discarded scaffolding poles and planks from the building site across the road, with shabby chic results that interior designers would kill for.

There’s an air of enthusiasm around the new office that’s clearly a result of a team that are all keen to drive the business forward. The office suite doesn’t just provide more space to work it’s also a bright, stylish and pleasant place to be, all of which reflects the Hello Fresh brand itself.

Complementing the new offices and swanky kitchen is a whole host of new IT kit from HP. From cutting edge, thin and light laptops, to powerful desktops and widescreen monitors, the new IT equipment will have the staff working more efficiently and more comfortably than ever.

Paper documents are handled just as quickly and efficiently too, thanks to the installation of an HP OfficeJet Pro X printer that will tear through reports at 70-pages-per-minute.

Hello Fresh has begun its transformation and is already reaping the benefits, but there’s more to come. Check back for our final visit to Hello Fresh in the coming months.

For more advice on transforming your business, visit HP BusinessNow

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