Barry-based provider of IT services and support, Orbits IT, today announces further expansion, including the recruitment of three new apprentices, the relocation of the company’s Midland’s office to larger premises, and the widening of its service area coverage into the South West region. The news comes as the company, which specialises in working with SMEs and charities, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
Morgan King joins Orbits’ Barry office as an Apprentice Desktop Support Technician, undertaking a 12-month full-time placement. Sorrel Wilkes and Mya Hackett join Orbits’ Midlands division as Apprentice Desktop Support Technician and Digital Marketing Apprentice, respectively. The new recruits follow Orbits’ pledge to recruit at least one apprentice every year.
With Orbits growing steadily year on year, the company has relocated its Midlands office to Long Lane Trading Estate, Birmingham. The new office is larger and offers plenty of scope to accommodate Orbits’ increasing numbers, as well as high visibility from the main road to propel its further expansion over the coming year.
Finally, as Orbits moves into its second decade of business, part of its ambitious growth plan is to move into the South West region. From Q3 2020 the company is additionally servicing an approximate 30-mile radius of Bristol.
Orbits IT Operations Director, Dean Bengough, says: “Our 10th year is certainly one we will remember. The Covid-19 pandemic led to a surge in demand from new and old clients desperately trying to modernise their businesses to enable safe, professional and productive homeworking.
“While demand has somewhat returned to normality, the team have remained busy preparing and implementing the next pillars to continue our year-on-year growth. The new apprentices, new office and wider service area coverage are all part of our long-term plan.”
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