The world’s biggest rock music examination board, Rockschool, has announced it will be relocating its offices to Harlequin House in Teddington.
The company is upsizing its space following fantastic progress and record growth. They will continue to seek future investment in their services and bring on board new products and staff.
During a £40m refurbishment Derby City Council will have temporary headquarters in a building that used to be a shop.
Although the property was not design as office space, the council believe a property on the corner of Albion Street and East Street would meet the needs of the council.
A representative said that the council had agreed on terms for the lease, but that they were only provisional.
Event organisers, She’s Gott It, are searching for new staff and offices to help their company expand.
The company, established by Nickie Gott, needs larger offices as it has outgrown their current offices at Forster House office in Finchdale Road, Durham.
Mrs. Gott is also looking for a second location for new offices in Scotland.
The stationery company Fenns, in Stoke-on-Trent, has relocated to new offices in Riverside Park, Campbell Road.
The company, the oldest in the area, supplies office stationery to businesses and retail chains all across the country.
Now that the company has seen a significant growth they are moving from their Duke Street offices, where they have been located for over 130 years.
Digital agency Cimex has announced plans to open their first regional office in Bruntwood’s Portland Tower, Manchester.
Cimex are specialists in digital marketing campaigns and are taking offices, within Manchester, to meet the demands of an expanding industry
The company also has plans to acquire other offices in key locations within the next three years.