Relocation a perfect fit for interiors company

A local commercial interiors company continues its plans for growth by moving premises and appointing additional staff to expand its offer and cope with demand. Engage Workplace, commercial

interior refurbishment, furniture and fit out specialists, have moved into a purpose-built unit in Darklake View in Estover. The site, on the new Darklake Business Park, comprises an open plan showroom, office space, meeting room and warehousing. Rachel McHugh has recently

joined as Interior Design and Business Support having been at

‘We have

invested in new staff members and are now well placed to continue to grow’

The Range head office for several years. Company Director Vince Brooks

said: “I’m delighted to be able to announce our expansion during a really exciting time for the company and we are thrilled to have Rachel on board. Rachel joins the existing design team and brings her considerable design flare to workplace design.” Engage MD Francine Brooks

added: “We have invested in new staff members and are now well placed to continue to grow during the economically challenging year ahead and are enthusiastically planning our future development. “Our unique combination of

services includes a full range of interior solutions, from a simple

partition to a complete fit out and furniture, but also offers Change Management & Employee Engagement workshops as part of our refurbishment or relocation programs to ensure employees are fully engaged in the process.” Providing a complete project management service, allocating one person as a point of contact, enables clients to concentrate on the running of their businesses while staying fully informed and in control of their projects. Engage Workplace offers a no

obligation quote for any project and can be contacted on 01822 855 558 or via the website.

Examples of their work can be found at:

Steve Hindley CBE DL

in Devon and Somerset can take advantage of at no cost to them. Thousands of people have benefited from this programme already and I would urge businesses to make the most of the funding available before March 2019, so that they too can benefit from this investment in vital skills training.” Chair of the Heart of the South

West Local Enterprise Partnership, Steve Hindley CBE DL, said: “The LEP aims to help businesses grow and to generate rewarding careers for employees in the Heart of the South West area, and this fully- funded skills training does both. “I hope many more employers

will take advantage of the support on offer to help them up-skill their workforce.”

Visit: September/October 2018 Chamber Profile 7

L-R: Rachel McHugh, Interior Design and Business Support and Vince Cable, Company Director

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