Vaioni Wholesale is relocating and opening its brand-new head office in the heart of MediaCityUK as growth surpasses 100 per cent over the last four years with a plan to achieve £20m turnover in the next three to five years.
Vaioni Wholesale provides mission critical internet connectivity & MPLS Solutions to UK Wholesale market, with their own carrier-grade infrastructure, the Vaioni Ethernet Network.
Vaioni Wholesale’s substantial revenue growth has also resulted in an increase in its people, by circa 30 per cent, all of which has contributed to the company’s move. Relocating from its existing residence within Salford University Business Park, Vaioni Wholesale is leasing the top office floor of Grade A space located in Tomorrow, MediaCityUK.
The new 5,000sq ft office will allow the team to continue to grow while providing a ‘modern and exciting’ working environment. With 33 in the Vaioni Wholesale team at present, Vaioni Wholesale’s workforce is also set to increase, as the move cements the company’s further growth plans to over 70 people.
Sachin Vaish, Managing Director, Vaioni Wholesale says: “This is another very exciting and incredibly proud moment for our business. MediaCityUK is by far the most innovative and leading hub, housing some of the best brands in the UK, and signifies what our business is about. Not only do we want a great place for our people to work from, but our new home allows us to collaborate and innovate even better between ourselves and with our customers. We are all really excited and cannot wait to move in.”
Vaioni Wholesale’s new office has been designed by “the man who designed the world’s best office” Atul Bansal Managing Director at Shelia Bird, to create a work hard-play hard, innovative and collaborative workspace with features such as a full-size bar, war room, work-pods, well-being room, collaboration hubs and games area in the kitchen to include a full size pool table and a Virtual-Reality gaming area, least forgetting, state-of-the-art technology which will increase communication and collaboration throughout the office.
Vaish continues: “The new office has been designed for our employees and has been shaped by their feedback following one to one and group sessions. It will allow us to become more collaborative, increasing our ability to innovate. We’re ecstatic to be calling Tomorrow our home, it is a fantastic building, in a great location.”
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