A business membership body for the manufacturing sector has moved its Birmingham base to a new home.
Made in the Midlands has relocated from Innovation Birmingham Campus to a new office in George Street, Jewellery Quarter, from where it will also launch a fresh recruitment drive.
The move will double the firm’s office floor space to 1,400 sq ft.
Made in the Midlands works with manufacturers and tier-one suppliers and has sister organisations covering Yorkshire and London.
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Chief executive Jason Pitt said: “Throughout the pandemic, we have invested heavily in our tech platform, developing new products and we wanted to complete this investment with a new facility.
“While the pandemic has created uncertainty, our approach has been to look beyond this timeframe.
“Our heavy investment at a time when similar firms have battened down the hatch has given us a unique head start as we emerge from the current crisis.
“This is an ideal base as we continue on our next phase of growth and building on our reputation in the Midlands.”
Property agency Maguire Jackson brokered the letting.