Consultancy firm, Parker Lane Group is moving into the vibrant new business suite at White City Place, the innovative business district being developed by Stanhope, AIMCo and Mitsui Fudosan.
Parker Lane was founded in 2010 by Raffy Kassardjian who has 15 years’ experience of identifying supply chain and reverse logistics solutions, as well as recycling used clothing. The business has expanded rapidly with offices also in Barcelona, Warsaw, Hong Kong and Tunis and more than 150 employees.
The company provides a range of services across their clients’ supply chains, including: returns management, quality control, excess stock monetisation, and zero waste recycling & disposal in the fashion retail sector.
Parker Lane’s advanced IT systems allow it to continually evolve and innovate, adjusting to new developments in the industry and providing best practice service to clients.
Driven by strong environmental values, it has worked with multinational retailers and e-tailers around the world to save 30 billion litres of water, 180,000 tons of carbon and 2,900 trees since 2010.
Raffy Kassardjian, founder of Parker Lane, said: “We are delighted to be moving into WestWorks and joining the rapidly growing business community forming at White City Place. The office space and amenities are great, and the area is an exciting place to work.”
Parker Lane will be joining already established tenants at White City Place including Cutting Edge Group, ITV, Yoox Net-A-Porter, JellyCat and The Royal College of Art. The decision announced recently by Publicis Media to move more than 2,000 staff and six brands to offices at 2 Television Centre, joining the White Company HQ, further confirms White City as an vibrant hub for the most creative businesses.