Moneypenny, a fast growing phone answering firm, has unveiled plans for new headquarters in North Wales that could help it create and secure up to 1,000 jobs over the next five years.
The Wrexham based company has released its multi-million pound plan to build a new office development in the town. Currently the firm operates over a number of different offices in another area of the town, with over 400 employees.
However with job numbers increasing on a monthly basis the company has planned to move to dedicated headquarters where all staff can be based and are hoping it will help drive growth in the future.
Director and co-founder of Moneypenny, Ed Reeves, said: “These are exciting times as we continue to develop and grow as a company.
“From early beginnings we’ve grown to become the largest business of our sort in the UK. That growth means that we need to look beyond the current offices to a site that will allow us to secure up to 1,000 jobs over the next five years.
“The vast majority of Moneypenny’s staff are from the local area and we’re absolutely committed to ensuring we stay in this vicinity.”
A planning application has been lodged with Wrexham council.
Moneypenny looks after telephone calls for businesses of all shapes and sizes – from sole traders right up to mutinational corporations.
Wrexham MP Ian Lucas said the investment was great news for the town.
He said: “It is wonderful to see its success and that the company is now looking to invest further and commit again to the area.”
Wrexham AM Lesley Griffiths said: “Moneypenny is thriving and moving from strength to strength.”
“It is so pleasing to see a highly successful local business employing ambitious local people and the fact the company is aiming to create up to 1,000 jobs over the next five years is clearly fantastic news.”