Business of all shapes and sizes
Our shop occupancy rates are some of the highest in London as our high street has metamorphosed and strengthened, reflecting the change in demographics, needs and habits of South West Londoners. Wimbledon has the ability to welcome major brands whilst smaller independent shops and restaurants also thrive. It’s more than the high street, we have world class businesses and SMEs which grow and prosper here.
Refurbishment of Wimbledon Bridge retail spaces attracted big brands
Big Brands in Wimbledon
Bucking the national High Street trend, our footfall stats and shop occupancy rates remain strong and Wimbledon Town Centre continues to attract big brands. Since 2017 we have welcomed brands including:
Workspaces to Headquarters
We are innovators and market leaders (Lara Croft was created in this town). With Wimbledon being an international brand in itself, coupled with our great transport links it’s a place of established HQs who have an international and national presence like:
Peldon Rose new office refurbishment in Sterling House
A Unique Mix
What makes Wimbledon work is its mix of businesses, there are the unsung heroes from award winning PR & Communication Agencies (Say Communications) to specialist stationery companies (Santoro) exporting around the world as well as FinTech industry leaders (Icon Solutions). Wimbledon is also home to many Charity HQs such as stem 4 and Wimbledon Guild who work in local and international communities.
We have newer businesses that are being nurtured in shared spaces, hubs, incubators like Wimbletech. This is a town that welcomes everybody who wants to be successful. This unique formula and variety of businesses mean people like being in Wimbledon.
Wimbletech, flexible Co-Working Space
Locating to Wimbledon means you are part of a strong local business community with a diverse industry base of big brands, sector experts, creatives and independents. We think 601 Queen’s Rd which opened in 2018 hit the nail on the head, describing themselves as ‘More Home Than High Street‘ and we think that best describes the town as well. See our Local Services for a full list of all the business currently operating in Wimbledon Town Centre.