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Sogo moves to new headquarters

Karl Howkins, managing director at Sogo

Mobility provider Sogo is supporting its growth plans with a move to new headquarters in Milton Keynes.

The new office provides additional room for a growing customer services team and creates a new technology hub for the business, Sogo said.

The offices are located on the Cranfield Technology Park and offer bike racks and showers to encourage staff to cycle to work. The larger offices will provide workspace for up to 50 staff.

Karl Howkins, managing director of SOGO, said: “We have grown rapidly in 2021 and needed larger offices to support our plans. It will allow us to continue to invest in great customer service and expand our technology team.

“The market for ultra-flexible leasing is evolving quickly and will continue to lead the industry by helping customers make the green transition with our carbon neutral leasing developed in partnership with bp Target Neutral.”

Sogo has launched a series of initiatives to help fleet managers operate greener fleets, including an equity release scheme and a monthly salary sacrifice scheme.

It has also partnered with Rightcharge to help drivers identify and install the right charging unit for their type of usage and budget.

The partnership also enables drivers to access government grants, green electricity tariffs, and smart billing options that enable EV charging to be split from the driver's household bill to help make reimbursement for company car mileage easier, it said.

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