Promotional product firm set to create jobs with expansion to new Leeds base
A West Yorkshire promotional product firm is set to expand to new premises and grow its workforce this year.
Leeds-based MPH Enterprises has announced plans to create new jobs as well as relocate to a new warehouse and distribution centre as part of its ongoing expansion.
Founded in 2001 by managing director Marc Harvey, MPH Enterprises specialises in promotional branded products as well as bespoke goods sourced internationally for its customer base of businesses.
MPH Enterprises works with a range of local businesses in addition to the likes of The Premier League, Jet2, Travelodge, WKD, Radisson Hotels, Bupa Care Homes, Global Radio, ITV, Nickelodeon, Bottlegreen Drinks, Puma, NCP and Pizza Express.
MPH Enterprises managing director, Marc Harvey, explained: “The success of MPH Enterprises is built on not simply offering a set range of products. There are lots of companies offering branded mugs and pens, but that has never been our primary market.
“Instead, our ethos is about working with clients to determine what will make a difference, then sourcing those goods, wherever they are in the world, which enables us to offer an infinite number of products that make a real impact.”
After growing turnover by 50 per cent in its latest financial year, the firm plans to recruit more staff before the summer, and is set to relocate from its current base just at Limewood Court near Seacroft to a new warehouse and distribution centre in Leeds.
He continued: “Other key unique selling points include our ability to offer storage and fulfilment, as well as giving clients their own online ordering portal. Our in-house print services then enable us to fully personalise merchandise with recipients’ names and other bespoke features, which genuinely stand out from the crowd.
“These have all been major growth areas recently and our planned expansion this year will enable us to capitalise further on these services.”
MPH Enterprises sales director, Stephen Isaacs, added: “In the early days, it was about volume and price, but the market has changed for the better and products made from single use plastics are undesirable. Instead, people want quality products that are sustainable, that add-value and are used regularly.
“Although the pandemic means we are producing significantly less merchandise for events, the situation has created plenty of new opportunities for companies and brands to engage with their employees and clients by sending treats, gifts, well-being packs and all types of other goods to people at home.
“Our ability to quickly capitalise on this and manage the whole process, from sourcing unique products that can be personalised right through to doorstep delivery, has been instrumental in our recent success and makes it a really exciting time for MPH Enterprises.”
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