By Marcus Leach
New staff, new business and new facilities await top independent
communications service provider Intercity, as it moves offices from Slough to High Wycombe.
Intercity has already established a solid base in the South East of England,
alongside its offices in Birmingham and Manchester.
Now Intercity is moving its current office base in Slough to the Kingsmead
Business Park, in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, as it looks to expand its
operations by hiring more staff and winning new clients.
The new facilities provide room for more employees, and will allow the firm
to build on its excellent reputation as a leading communications service
Intercity offers a range of business communications services, from business
mobile phones and fixed lines, to broadband, fibre connectivity and IP phone
Intercity’s expansion — and new offices — come against the background
of an otherwise stagnating jobs market. The move underlines the advances
being made by the company at a time when other firms are making cutbacks.
Andrew Jackson, managing director of Intercity, said the office move and
expansion highlighted the company’s commitment to keep growing nationwide, particularly in the South of England which Intercity believes is
demonstrating strong opportunities for growth.
“We recently expanded into the North West, with new offices in Manchester,
which has proved to be a very successful move,” he said. “We are hoping
to solidify our position as a leading UK communications provider, and this
focus in the North has helped us win new clients as well as furthering our
local knowledge around the Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds areas.”
“Now, this new office in High Wycombe will help us build on our
established position in the South. We look forward to expanding our
excellent team of highly-qualified communications staff, and offering a
great range of services to both new and existing clients from these
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