Austen Morris Associates' Cape Town Office

After the success of Austen Morris Associates’ (AMA) Johannesburg office (established in 2013), we opened our second South African office in the vibrant city of Cape Town in May 2015. Due to the rapid success of the office, by May 2017 AMA had relocated to new premises to accommodate the expanding Cape Town team.
The new office is located at Bree Street Studios on New Church Street with views of Lion’s Head, along with scenic views of the city and Table Mountain. The area provides an endless selection of meeting spots and after-work socialising at some of Cape Town’s most renowned restaurants, bars and hotels. In addition, AMA’s Cape Town office is only 1km from the ever-popular Green Market Square.
Austen Morris Associates Africa Director Philip Morris says, “Cape Town is South Africa’s second richest city, producing over 11% of South Africa’s GDP. It was, without a doubt, the next obvious expansion choice within South Africa after the establishment of the Johannesburg office.” With a staff of 11 and growing rapidly, the team is headed by Associate Partner, Ian Edwards, and the office is poised to continue seeing further success and growth in the Mother City and beyond.
If you’re looking to join a company that fosters valuable relationships with ongoing support and development, then AMA Cape Town is the perfect place for industry professionals looking for their next long-term career.
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