Telecommunications company relocating headquarters to Bristol

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Crowthorne Voice and Data is set to relocate its headquarters from Southwark, London to Whiteladies Road in Bristol.

The company, who specialise in business communications and collaboration, have clients including Hilton, Ineos and Best Western Hotels and have been trading for over 20 years.

From the May 2nd 2017, the company will take over the Equinox building and aim to house around 15 staff at the location, with the capacity to increase to 30 over time.

Working with clients in a consultative capacity, they work on ways to support, enable, differentiate and drive the business to achieve success in all aspects of communications.

Crowthorne cover a wide range of customers in the hospitality, manufacturing, healthcare, education and retail sectors.

Managing Director Stewart Hamilton said: “The office opening in Bristol comes at a great time for Crowthorne. We celebrate achievement and longevity in over 20 years of business.

“Our expertise in delivering voice and data communications in both the hospitality and manufacturing sectors spurred a growth in recent years to widening our expertise into Healthcare, Business, Education and Retail sectors.

“Summing up why we chose Bristol as our new HQ home is easy; the combination of vitality, creativity and the vibrant economy paired with a unique inspirational community spirit is attractive to a Company like ours.

“We thrive on innovation and creativity; I feel the City welcomes services such as ours. We have begun a recruitment drive in Bristol confident that it is the natural home for innovative technology, we were attracted by the highly-skilled technology professionals in the area and have successfully hired members to join our team of enthusiastic professionals.

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