Having worked successfully with temporary ‘offices’ in the likes of Tranent, Dalgety Bay, Kirkliston and Penicuik in the past year we’re now taking remote working stratospheric.
Ali Findlay, our Managing Director, talks about her inspiration for the project:
“After helping our clients Simon Howie with sending a haggis to the edge of space earlier this year we’re taking things 157 million miles further. It’s one small step for the Lane, and one giant leap for flexible working.”
Opening in exactly 80 years time on April 1st 2101 the new office will include zero gravity planning rooms for black sky thinking on the red planet and an observatory to redefine the “30,000 foot outlook” of consumer behaviour back on Earth.
All future employees will be allowed to work flexibly between our earthling head office in Edinburgh and new satellite martian office in Nuwa. Current employees will also be able to apply for our cryogenic and biostasis programme to allow them to benefit from this exciting new opportunity.