Cyber and Tech
£2m-plus turnover tech firm communicates growth with three new appointments
Restructuring triggered by an increase in customer demand has led to the appointment of three new members of staff at a Gloucestershire telecoms and IT specialists.
The Stonehouse-headquartered firm puts the growth down to the increased need for up to date, up to speed, reliable IT from firms as a result of the changes inworking practices inflicted nationwide by the coronavirus pandemic.
Eurolink Connect’s“tailor-made comms solutions” have been what they have sought out, which has led to the business increasing its staff numbers to 16 as turnover hits £2.2m.
“Our expansion and restructure come at a time when businesses’ reliability on a dependable, secure IT infrastructure is as vital as ever. In these challenging times a strong, skilled team is needed and that is what we have,” said Claire Maddox, managing director of Eurolink.
“These improvements not only reflect the sharp increase in demand due to remote-working but also highlights our commitment to our customers in making sure they have the right access and support as we help navigate them through this unprecedented period and longer-term.
“Against the current backdrop of significant job losses and redundancies happening almost daily across the UK, we are extremely proud to support the economy through introducing more skilled workers and younger job seekers to a thriving business.”
Gail Darrett joins the team for new business sales, bringing 17 years of experience in the telecoms industry.
Stepping into a new IT/Network Technician role is Jack White and Antony Davis joins as senior comms network technician.
Restructuring also sees Jamie Lewis move into the role of commercial manager, Noel Hoskins becomes technical design and delivery manager, supported by senior IT technician Ryland Milne and the newly appointed Mr Davis.