We’ve been in a few months and the flat pack furniture we put together has held up well, so we thought we should get some shots before some of the team’s lack of talent with a screwdriver shows through (mentioning no names). Our new office is feeling like home now, so we thought it’s high time we shared a few pics… if only to prove to Ikea that we managed to beat the Swedish Krypton Factor challenge!
We’re technical recruitment specialists not interior designers, but we’ve tried to give the office a warm, welcoming vibe; somewhere candidates and clients look forward to visiting for a coffee and a chat. It’s just a matter of managing diaries and finding enough hours in the day now.
Our tasteful furnishings are complemented nicely by a bit of greenery – the plants have become a second family to me, despite the ridicule of my colleagues. Who would of thought I was green fingered? Just the balcony to organise now and the office’s Feng Shui will be complete.
Now that the sun is finally reaching for his hat, we’re looking forward to throwing open the doors and enjoying our morning coffee out on the balcony, amongst the metropolis that is Ransomes Europark.
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We have won some major new contracts and plan to add to the Hurren and Hope Family in the coming year so the move to a larger office makes perfect sense.
At Hurren & Hope, we’re all about finding the best IT jobs for our candidates in Ipswich, Suffolk and beyond, and that takes a good team of consultants who represent the cream of the crop. Ensuring they’ll be working in comfortable surroundings, where they feel motivated and energised, was very important to me. Not to mention, the absolute necessity of being near a kettle with an abundance of coffee to hand!
You may have spotted an empty desk in the pictures? The empty desk is a permanent feature in the office. As soon as someone joins the H&H family, we make room for the next rising star to come aboard. If you think that might be you, please feel free to make contact; we’re always keen to hear from talented consultants who value the human aspect of recruitment.