Sedulo Leeds Launch Ambler Club
Sedulo Leeds hosted their official launch party on Thursday 5th April at their new home in St Pauls House, Park Square Leeds. The evening welcomed guests to a champagne reception and selection of canapes to unveil their new Great Gatsby themed bar, the Ambler Club.
The range of entrepreneur inspired meeting rooms were also on show to explore as attendees made the most of the chocolate filled John Cadburys room, Fred Perry table tennis suite, Bill Gates meeting hub and of course the Bartfields tribute boardroom, paying homage to the previous Directors of the Bartfields firm acquisitioned by Sedulo in Feb 2018.
Tennis legends Henri Leconte and Xavier Malisse were just a few of the familiar faces amongst the 200 clients and press that attended the exclusive invite only event, and guests were treated to a showcase of the two sports personalities skills as they christened the table tennis room and kick started the Sedulo table tennis championships.
The concept of the new venue is to incorporate the old and new by paying homage to the buildings 140-year-old history whilst introducing Sedulo’s new offerings of Wealth Management, Tax, Corporate Finance, and Funding to the Leeds and Yorkshire clientele.
The new office is also set to bring a new range of events to the Leeds community with a range of World Cup, boxing and networking events already lined up for the city.
Clients are encouraged to make the most of the new space and enjoy the breakfast and afternoon tea offering at the Ambler Club.
The expansion into the fellow northern city was the obvious next step with the similarity of both cities. The success of Sedulo Manchester is now set to be replicated in Leeds city centre and with the team already doubling in size from fifty to one hundred in the acquisition period.
Managing Partner, Paul Cheetham says,
“We are delighted with the acquisition of Bartfields, the subsequent move into St Paul’s House and the success of our launch night last week. The uptake for the event was such we had to cap it at 200 so hopefully that’s a positive sign of how the business community of Leeds is accepting of our concept. We are very much looking forward to being in such a thriving City.”