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UK + Ireland 100 Leman St. London E1 8GH, UK
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UK + Ireland Office

Jim Selman

Managing Director Email More Information

Dan Whitney

Managing Director – Marketing Innovation Team, Europe + Global Creative Services Lead Email More Information

UK + Ireland

100 Leman St.

Allison+Partners opened our first international office back in 2011 and we now serve clients across Europe. Located a short walk from the City of London , the neighbourhood is brimming with culture, with Shoreditch, Old Spitalfields Market and Brick Lane all a short walk from the office. Much like London itself, our team is a mix of entrepreneurs and our client roster includes a diverse array of global brands and early stage businesses that span the technology, health, travel, entertainment, food and energy sectors. We are passionate about the work we do for our clients and the opportunities they give us to tell their stories. Whether it’s placing a feature, writing a speech, managing a launch, creating a social ad plan, producing video content or driving a global communications program, the team has a wide-range of expertise to handle today’s most complex communications challenges. 

london in the hot seat

+ Favorite watering hole: It’s a toss-up between the Leman Street Tavern and the Black Horse

+ Favorite in-office activity: Celebrating birthdays and wins for our clients with homemade cakes from our in-house (amateur) bakers


Hours in London 

To start the day, we suggest popping around the corner from our office to Dishoom, where you can get a hearty Bombay breakfast. It’ll set you up for a great day of spending time at London’s many markets.

If you’re in the mood for antiquing, spend time on Portobello Road. If coffee or tapas takes your fancy, hit up Borough Market which is conveniently located between Tower Bridge and the Southbank. Otherwise head to East London to pick fresh flowers at Colombia Road Flower market or pastries from Broadway Market.

If the weather isn’t on your side, seek shelter in one of the many galleries and museums London has to offer. You can see an exhibit at the Tate Modern, or pop into our local favourite, The Wellcome Collection, for a number of thought-provoking exhibitions.

You’ll be ready for a rest, so either grab afternoon tea at The Savoy or try a craft beer at Beavertown Brewery. Make sure to fit in a quick wander around Covent Garden to see some of London’s amazing street performers before heading to the Experimental Cocktail Club in Chinatown for a pre-dinner drink. For dinner, mix with the city slickers at Coq D’argent, a rooftop restaurant with fabulous views of the city before heading to a show in the West End or to a live gig in Camden.