Pure will be moving to new, larger offices at the heart of Ipswich’s regeneration area.
The regional recruitment agency, which also has offices in Cambridge, Norwich and Chelmsford, has been situated in Ipswich’s Queen Street for over a decade. As Pure continues to go from strength to strength it has outgrown these premises and the 21-strong Ipswich team will be moving into a new office in what was previously the Co-operative Bank on Princes Street.
Pure celebrated its 10-year anniversary in the town last year with a campaign to support ten different local charities and it has consistently worked to support the local community. The new office move also marks Pure’s continued commitment to the ongoing regeneration of the town.
Paul Sheldrake, Manager of Pure’s Ipswich Office, said: “We were committed to staying in Ipswich when we were looking to find a new office space. The town has already seen significant growth due to the previous investment in the Waterfront area and the current town centre regeneration is set to boost that even further.
“It came as no surprise to us that Ipswich was predicted to be among the top five UK places for economic growth this year. Business growth means more employers will be looking to attract and retain high calibre employees and we want to be in the strongest position to help them do that.
“Although we are technically only moving across the road, choosing to stay and continue our growth in the same area, is our vote of confidence in the town. Moving to an office on Princes Street will put us at the centre of the planned business corridor which has been marked out as part of the regeneration plans. It’s exciting times for us and for the town.”
Pure is committed to the growth of the region and has created several initiatives to support this. These include the Best Employers Eastern Region which celebrates the region’s best employers and assists organisations to create inspiring, innovative and engaging places to work.
The Pure team is expected to move to the new office on Princes Street at the start of May. Until then candidates and clients can still call in at the current office in Queen Street.