A.T. Kearney has officially opened its new office in the city centre of Amsterdam, the capital city of The Netherlands. The ceremony was hosted by Pieter Hilhorst (sheriff of Amsterdam), Ton Jonker (director of The Amsterdam Economic Board) and A.T. Kearney partners Johan Aurik (Global Managing Partner) and Nathan Burgers (Managing Partner Benelux).
By the end of 2011 A.T. Kearney announced its moving plans. The strategy consulting firm decided at that time to move from its current location in Amstelveen (a Dutch city in the Amsterdam area) to a new lakeside office at the Ij (also located in the Amsterdam area). This office location is situated at a 500 meter walking distance from Amsterdam’s Central Station. This office complex was chosen because of its luxurious appearance, its central location, its ideal accessibility by public transport and also for its excellent parking facilities. A.T Kearney’s office (occupies on average 1.200 square meters, on the 5th and 6th floor) has been in use by its consultancy firm’s employees earlier this year.
"A very thrilling moment for A.T. Kearney in the Netherlands" says Nathan Burgers, Managing Partner at A.T. Kearney Benelux. "A.T Kearney opened its doors in Amsterdam in 1980 and after period of 14 years it feels as if we made it back home".
An impression of A.T. Kearney’s new office opening: