Software firm could create 40 jobs after office move
Nottingham-based Google Premier Partner Adzooma has moved office to increase their space by 3,500sq ft.
The move took place due to the firm’s expansion, recruiting more than 50 members of staff over the course of 12 months.
The company, which already owns 4,500sq ft at Castle Quay Business Park, Nottingham, now has the capacity to take on 40 additional employees.
“We’re extremely pleased with the new office space,” said director and co-founder Robert Wass. “A lot of thought has gone into our expansion, such as our goals and aspirations for the coming months.
“Staying in the business park means everyone can continue to work closely together, and we still have enough space to expand and attract more key team members in the future. It’s a great location.”
The new office is based on the ground floor at number 7, Castle Quay, Castle Boulevard, and accommodates the HR department and the directors. It also gives the sales and development teams their own space and creates more room for future employees.
Head of sales Jamie Dixon added: “The main plan at this stage is to grow the company. We always want to provide the best service possible.
“So, as well as getting to know all our clients, we’re also going to expand our team.
“This means we’ll be able to provide a better service and ensure we’re always supporting our customers.”
Plans to expand were in the works when Adzooma partnered with Google, just two months after billionaire businessman Fred Done made a substantial investment.
Wass said: “We were aware we needed more office space to expand the business but we didn’t want to move out of the city centre.
“Nottingham is a great place to grow a business as we’ve seen over the past couple of years. There’s no real limit to what we can achieve here, so expanding is a really exciting concept for us.”