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- 29th February 2012
SOS > Search Office Space’s Daniel Howard Wins ‘Young Deal of the Year’ at YN Property Awards 2012!!
Earlier this month, SOS > Search Office Space revealed that our very own Director, Daniel Howard, had been nominated for a prestigious YN Property Award. The ceremony itself took place on Monday 27th February, and we can finally reveal that Daniel was crowned winner!
2012 was the second annual YN Property Awards, which raised an unprecedented £80,000 for Norwood! SOS > Search Office Space would like to take this moment to congratulate everyone involved with the event, and of course, a special congratulations to our talented Director, Daniel Howard.
The winners of each category are as follows:
- Daniel Howard of SOS > Search Office Space for Young Deal of the Year
- Ray Bloom of John D Wood for Young Entrepreneur of the Year
- Simon de Friend and Paul Eden of Regal Homes for Young Developers of the Year
- Adam Goldin of Delancey for Young Property Professional of the Year
The ‘Young Deal of the Year’ Award celebrates young and successful professionals who have achieved over and above the expected. In Daniel’s case, the deal refers to one of the biggest property deals to take place in the City of London.
Groupon, the world’s fastest growing company, approached SOS > Search Office Space to help them find a new business centre. Daniel spent a large proportion of 2011 working on every aspect of this deal until the new managed office space was secured at Seal House, London Bridge. The 52,000sqft business centre occupies five floors and has now become Groupon’s primary UK headquarters.
Upon winning the award, Daniel said, “Being nominated was great recognition alone for all the hard work throughout 2011, so to actually win the award really tops it off! It’s a brilliant start to 2012 for Search Office Space and myself and I look forward to the year ahead and more successful deals to come.”
Make sure you keep your eye on the SOS > Search Office Space Blog for more news and developments as they arise.