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Bournemouth Launch Party Success for Jobshop UK

Bournemouth Launch Party Success for Jobshop UK

It was with a retro seaside theme of Candyfloss, pink sweetie shrimps and mini fish and chips innovatively served in press release cones, which greeted attendees to the Jobshop UK Bournemouth launch party on May 3rd.

Highlighting the exciting move into bigger, brighter premises,  the celebration enabled guests to chat to staff, meet new consultants and enjoy a glass or two of bubbly, while admiring the eye catching Bournemouth beach wallpaper which adorns one side of the office.

Nigel Hedges, President of the Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce, took to the floor to officially welcome Jobshop UK to the seaside town, and more specifically to the Triangle district of the town centre, which has been undergoing a redevelopment program over the past two years.

"People are always asking me what I think of businesses shutting down and the empty shop fronts in our towns, but you just have to look around you and see the new companies which are moving into the area, and all the new business they are bringing with them,” Nigel commented. “We are delighted that Jobshop have chosen to invest in larger, more visible premises in the Triangle, in order to expand their business and we wish them every success.”

In between candyfloss making duties, Jobshop Directors, Frances Miles and Tracey Wood, chatted enthusiastically about the bold new move, which will enable them to expand the recruitment company to include two new departments, with two new experienced and professional staff members coming on board.

Discussing the plans, Frances Miles was keen to emphasise the hard work and positive attitude everyone involved has shown during the moving process.

“Our team have been wonderful during the move.  Everyone has gone above and beyond what is expected of them, and now we are all looking forward to working in our new office and the new business the move brings with it,” enthused Frances.

“At the beginning of May, Simon Walker, Director General of Institute of the Directors, said & lsquo;In business, as in nature, it’s not always the big that eat the small – it’s the fast that eat the slow. &hellipCommitment is vital. Belief that you can build a business is fundamental to success.’”

“We have that belief, Bournemouth is such a vibrant and cosmopolitan town, we feel Jobshop fits right in here.  Our new offices have a prime location, enabling us to open our doors to new business, and with our expansion into two new departments, the future is very bright indeed.”


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