£13m IT specialist relocates Teesside office to accommodate recruitment drive plans
A North East IT Managed Service Provider which works with over 500 companies across the UK has relocated its Teesside office to support its continued rapid growth.
razorblue has grown exponentially over the last few years and now boasts seven offices, a headcount of over 140, a client base which covers the length and breadth of the UK and is on track to hit £13m in turnover this financial year.
The new office is located on the riverside in Stockton, with room for over 100 colleagues, and has been fitted out with razorblue’s signature high speed connectivity, Microsoft Teams rooms and recreation areas for staff.
This move supports the company’s recruitment drive to support its expansion plans. With several vacancies currently available and the recent launch of its own apprenticeship academy, the company is constantly seeking new staff to drive the business forward as it continues to grow.
CEO, Dan Kitchen said: “Having outgrown our previous Teesside base, we took the opportunity to find a space that offered more to our people, too. Stockton has excellent transport links, has more in the way of venues for social events for our team, is a far larger premises to support growth, and we are lucky to be able to enjoy a beautiful view of the river.
“We are thrilled to have made this move and look forward to spending many years here as our exciting journey continues.”
In addition to these benefits, the new office is more environmentally friendly, equipped with heat recovery and LED lighting to reduce the company’s carbon footprint.
Commercial property director, Mark Hill, from landlord Jomast, added: “Admiralty House on Teesdale is set on the edge of the River Tees offering fantastic views as well as high quality environmentally friendly office space. It has been great to work with razorblue on this fast-track project.”
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