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23

NOV

2017

Convergence Partners Have Moved!

Convergence Partners

Convergence Partners are excited to announce that our team has moved to a new location:

Level 2
Walker Wayland Centre
53 Fort Street
Auckland CBD 1010

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We have spent the last seven years in a building about 300 metres walking distance away from our new location. When we first moved into our old Emily Place office, there were five of us and plenty of room. When we left, there were 14 in our team and space was getting tight. Our old office served us well and we made great memories there, but we couldn't be more thrilled about our new space and the hustle and bustle happening outside our windows.

Our new office offers more square footage but more importantly, we were able to start from scratch and design the space to better fit our team and how we're growing.

It has been an exciting seven years for Convergence Partners and we look at this new location as the start of another chapter in our history:

Nearby Parking:
• Wilson Parking - 71 Fort Street, Auckland (approx. 1 min walk / 93 metres)
• Wilson Parking - 31 Fort Street, Auckland (approx. 1 min walk / 95 metres)
• Pay and Display - 27 Fort Street, Auckland (approx. 1 min walk / 110 metres)
• Tournament Parking - 71 Shortland Street, Auckland (approx. 5 min walk / 400 metres)
• Britomark Car Park - 88 Quay Street, Auckland (approx. 5 min walk / 400 metres)

Nearby Public Transport:
• Britomart Transport Centre - 8-10 Queen Street, Auckland (approx. 7 min walk / 450 metres)

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