Continued growth and an innovative new office space for Brightwave
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E-learning expert, Brightwave, reports over 40% growth for the second consecutive year and celebrates with a new work space in their central Brighton office.
An online tour of the Brightwave office is available at: http://www.brightwave.co.uk/office-tour
Workplace learning specialist, Brightwave, has reported 41% growth in a year that has also seen new business increase by more than 42%. The success has been celebrated with expansion into 5000 sq ft of additional new office space, designed by leading build specialists Minton Young.
Charles Gould, Managing Director said:
"We have double cause for celebration at Brightwave this year. Not only have we maintained the level of growth we enjoyed last year, but we’ve attracted a significant amount of business from exciting new clients including Tesco, BP and Lloyds Banking Group, among others. The icing on the cake is our move into a superb new office space which we've designed to be a fantastic place for the team to work, as well as being a perfect environment in which to welcome clients".
Investment in talent has been a key element of Brightwave's performance this year, with the number of permanent staff increasing by more than 20.
Director of Talent, Alison Mitchell-Innes, said:
"Developing the next generation of talent is high on the agenda at Brightwave to support our current growth and future ambitions. As well as strengthening our existing expertise, key appointments have also been made in senior management positions within sales and production, which will further support our strategic plans".
Two senior appointments Sales Director and Production Director have been made through promotion from within.
Liam O'Meara has over 10 years' experience in online learning and has fostered long-standing partnerships with many of Brightwave's clients, including KPMG, PWC, Unilever, and Sky. Alongside a commitment to developing successful strategic partnerships with existing clients, Liam's focus is on growing Brightwave's expanding client base to support future growth plans.
Newly promoted to the role of Production Director, Colin Welch brings a wealth of experience in training and development. Supporting the work of Brightwave's learning solutions team, Colin's focus on slick production perfectly complements Brightwave's client-centric approach. A key priority is to deliver new, innovative ways of working which will inspire leading-edge learning solutions that deliver a positive business impact for clients.
With impressive 360 degree views over Brighton, Brightwave's new office has state of the art meeting space and is geared up to support Brightwave's further growth plans.
Ross Murley, Managing Director at Minton Young, who led the project with Brightwave said:
"We worked closely with Brightwave which enabled us to capture their imagination and deliver an exciting space which reflects their business. With a stunning reception area, curved walls and inquisitive spaces, the new office emanates style and provides a creative, inspirational atmosphere essential for the continued success of Brightwave".
An online tour of the Brightwave office is available at: www.brightwave.co.uk/office-tour.
Brightwave is the UK's leading workplace e-learning specialist. Expert in developing quality e-learning solutions that achieve a positive measurable impact, Brightwave works in partnership with clients to provide a complete e-learning service, from bespoke content solutions to e-learning portals and platforms, capability building and consultancy.
Focussed on ensuring success, Brightwave makes design decisions to meet business goals and places the learner experience at the centre of every project regardless of business area - from onboarding through to major business transformation.
Clients include: BBC, BP, British Airways, Bupa Health and Wellbeing UK, Pfizer, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Sky, Royal Bank of Scotland, Unilever, Vodafone and Waitrose as well as public and third sector organisations like; City of Edinburgh Council, Glasgow City Council, National Trust, NSPCC, Renfrewshire Council, South Lanarkshire Council and The Home Office.