We are delighted to celebrate the official opening of Secura’s new office premises, following the rapid growth and success of the business.
Our customers and regular readers of our blog (everyone, surely?) will know that we’ve been in our new office for a few months, but the snap general election put our plans for an official opening ceremony on ice temporarily.
We have now managed to capitalise on a brief window of opportunity in the nation’s political upheaval to make our move official and mark the occasion properly with a visit from our local MP and some celebrations with the Secura team that helped make it happen.
Since the current management team purchased Secura in 2014, the business has grown significantly, expanding from four to 30 staff and more space was needed to support our continued growth.
The new office location in Welwyn Garden City will allow Secura to attract more employees from the local area and create a more accessible and welcoming space for our customers.
We now have dedicated areas for the operations, sales and marketing teams, with room to continue expanding. Its city centre location offers excellent transport links to both the north and south of the country.
The office was officially opened on Friday 29th September, by the Right Honourable Grant Shapps, MP for the Welwyn and Hatfield constituency, who, alongside Secura CEO Oliver Beaton, cut the ceremonial ribbon.
The event concluded with a celebratory lunch and drinks and an opportunity for the guests to tour the modern and colourful office space and speak to members of the Secura team.
Secura CEO, Oliver Beaton, commented:
This official opening of our new office is a very proud moment for me. It is very real evidence of the team’s hard work over the last few years and the success this work has achieved. It is an exciting step forward for us as a business and one that will help underpin our plans for future growth.
Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP, commented:
It was great to open Secura’s new base in WGC. It’s really pleasing that that not only is the business rapidly growing but that they’re dedicated to employing local people in order to fill the roles. This is good news for our local community and I wish all at Secura the very best as they continue to expand.
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