Regional Mayor Tim Bowles officially opened delaware’s first UK client service delivery hub in Bristol yesterday (October 9).
It is expected that 50 highly-skilled new jobs will be generated at the hub, which is located within Bristol Temple Quarter. delaware is making a significant commitment to the region through the creation of highly skilled jobs and to working collaboratively with local universities to harness its developing talent pool.
“We look forward to growing delaware’s team in Bristol and investing in talented individuals who share our values and commitment to delivering exceptional services.” said Ian Greenhalgh, UK & US Managing Partner, Delaware Digital LLP.
delaware has been supported in its move by the West of England Combined Authority. Tim Bowles, Mayor of the West of England, said: “We’re pleased to support delaware and its investment in our region by providing business intelligence – through Invest Bristol & Bath – including advice on property, links to the universities, networks and events and relocation assistance for its staff. Invest Bristol & Bath will continue to work closely with delaware to support its growth and ambitions in the region.
“We are an economically successful region and we support businesses to start, grow and thrive. We’re always exploring how we can do more to help businesses achieve their potential as well as attracting more firms to our region. Therefore, we are delighted to welcome delaware to the West of England – creating even more opportunities for our highly-skilled residents and increasing our export and trade support activity – both nationally and globally.”