Conference Care launches new offices

Agency Conference Care has announced plans to move to new premises after outgrowing its three previous sites.

Conference Care to open new offices
Conference Care to open new offices

The move follows a period of sustained growth, including account wins and investment in new technology. The agency will close its current office on Friday 27 January and begin trading at Watling House, Leicestershire on Monday morning.

‘We’re all very excited about the move," said the agency's director, Chris Peacock. "The new premises are twice the size of our current location and give us the scope we need to continue expanding. We bought the offices in November 2015, but have taken the time and expense needed to carry out a complete refurbishment, designing a space that inspires our team, offers innovative solutions for our clients and reflects our brand and values."

The head office is in addition to the company’s Scotland sales hub at Pitreavie Business Park, Dunfermline, which opened for business in April 2014.

Director Andrew Deakin, added: "There’s a real buzz in Conference Care; the move will have a really positive impact on the team. A new year rings out the old and brings in the new - we are embracing 2017 with open arms."

More from Conference Care: 

Conference Care record 92% profit rise

Former HBAA chair takes finance role at Conference Care

Conference Care grows with five new appointments

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