Nine Group have moved to a brand new, purpose-built office in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, named ‘The Hub’.
The move has come about due to the company’s rapid expansion over the last five years. The workforce in Stonehouse has grown from 25 in 2009 to over 100 this year, with a solid expectation of continued growth in the future. Although the team didn’t have to travel far (the building is next door to their old premises), the move reflects Nine’s past success and points to positive plans for the future.
In accordance with Nine Group’s future-focused, dynamic ethos, The Hub features the very latest innovations in office functionality from touch-screen coffee machines to under-floor heating. The Nine brand is well represented with purple tints to the glass office walls, quirky signage on director’s doors (CEO James Palmer is badged as ‘Le Grand Fromage’) and even a purple pool table in the staff kitchen.
CEO James Palmer said; “”The move to larger premises reflects our strong performance. Nine’s success and growth comes as a result of the determination, expertise and professionalism of our staff. We are excited about the office move and the increase in space will enable us to continue to expand in the future.”
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