DRAIG REBRANDS AND MOVES
DRAIG REBRANDS AND MOVES TO NEW HEADQUARTERS AS EXPANSION CONTINUES
A BUSINESS which began life just 11 years ago from offices above a travel agency in Caerphilly, South Wales, has moved into prestigious new headquarter premises as part of ambitious expansion plans.
Originally set up as a recruitment agency by husband and wife team Ross and Claire Porter, the business has also rebranded under the Draig Business Services Group name, which now boasts five divisions.
Draig, which moved from Bartlett Street in Caerphilly into the Octagon office complex at Caerphilly Business Park, has seen its turnover jump from just 60,000 in its first year to an expected 2.7m in 2009.
Ross and his wife re-mortgaged everything they owned to start the Draig Ross having decided to set up the firm after working for a recruitment agency many years ago.
The Draig Business Services Group now consists of Draig Personnel, Draig Training, Draig Design, Printing.Com@Draig, Draig Signs and provides businesses in the South Wales and further afield with a unique support package in the key areas.
Ross Porter, Managing Director of the Draig Business Services Group, said: "Despite the current economic climate, Draig is in a really exciting phase of its growth plans. We are continuing to build on our offering to businesses through our range of divisions, each dedicated to providing the very best solutions at cost effective rates. In addition to providing our talented team across the divisions, the new premises have provided our training division with a state of the art training facility which will allow it to develop on the excellent reputation it already has.
"When we began searching for new premises, it was important to find a location that was still easy to get to for both the clients and employees of Draig Personnel and our other divisions. The move has also allowed us a chance to design our offices to reflect the dynamic culture and thinking of the group and services we offer and I am pleased to say that everyone has settled in well to our new home."