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Prince Andrew's offices in Buckingham Palace will have to get a new location following his decision to take a step back from royal duties.
The Duke of York, whose charity project Pitch@Palace has always had its offices in the palace, will have to move elsewhere but this doesn't necessarily mark the end of the project. This announcement came shortly after his interview with the BBC.
According to CBS, there will be a period of transition which also includes a name change to Pitch as it's no longer affiliated with Buckingham Palace. The project was set up as a way to connect entrepreneurs with companies.