NMI are a rapidly-scaling software payments company who handle over $70bn of payments across over $1.2bn of transactions, with offices in Salt Lake City, Chicago and New York.
The fast growth of the Bristol office meant they needed to find a new workspace; one to bring together their neurodiverse workforce and facilitate new ways of working and socialising.
They chose the Programme Building in central Bristol as their new home – in every sense of the word. During Interaction’s consultancy, it became apparent that a homely atmosphere was a vital part of NMI’s vision; the space needed to be warm, calm and welcoming.
The empty existing floor plate had lots of potential but was the opposite of homely. Bright, long and light, the space was modern and spacious but somewhat stark.
Their job is to understand what you need to do yours.
They’re an ambitious bunch at Interaction with a flair for making change happen. Creating well-designed, supportive workplaces that encourage health and wellbeing, with environmental sustainability a key priority.
Their evidence-based approach provides you with a workplace that works. Right now and with the future in mind.
Plus, they practice what they preach. They work to a set of shared values and have a strong team ethos. So, their own workplace inspires confidence, champions excellence, and explores new ideas and fresh thinking. Experience shows they’re pretty good at it.
Based in Bath, their creative crew work on a range of commercial design and build projects, from bespoke office fit-outs to multi-million pound building refurbishments. Not only in the South West, but across the whole of the UK.
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