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Lacey Babai wins LEO Broker of the Month for February 2015

Lacey Babai - LEO Broker of the Month for February 2015

London Executive Offices (LEO) have awarded Lacey Babai of Search Office Space, the Broker of the Month award for February 2015. The award was given for her “outstanding performance and knowledge of their products.”

Candidates for the Broker of the Month award are based on nominations from the Sales Team and evaluated by Sales Managers. The nominations are each sustained by specific examples of the brokers’ performances throughout the month.

LEO said “Lacey’s communication, co-operation & hard work with the LEO Sales Team resulted in a brilliant deal over at 85 Gresham Street and we would like to highlight this by giving her the Broker of the Month award.”

Steve Marsden, Global Sales Director of Search Office Space, had this to say:

“We’re very pleased Lacey gained well-deserved recognition in this way – working in partnership with our providers is a fundamental part of helping our clients find the right space, which is something she excels at.”

Lacey Babai said, “I felt very honoured to hear that I had won the LEO broker of the month award. I’ve worked with LEO for a very long time and it’s really nice to be recognised for all the hard work, and the close relationship that I have with them.”

London Executive Offices have been pioneering the market for over 20 years with an office portfolio ranging from one to 50 desks. LEO has a great reputation when it comes to meetings, conferencing and events. Commercial experience and insight regarding the requirements of businesses with standards as high as their own is what sets them apart – website: www.leo.co.uk

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