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BroadSkill opens new offices in Chester

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BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers and a major provider of IT solutions, has moved to new premises at Mollington Grange, Parkgate Road, Chester. Ben Chapman, MP for Wirral South, will officially open the new offices on the 28th of July.

The move to Chester has been brought about by the rapid expansion of the high-tech company which now employs 14 staff and around 1500 associate trainers and IT professionals. Revenues have grown by 40% in each of the last two years.

Formed exactly 9 years ago from a back bedroom in Heswall, BroadSkill has recently removed from Hinderton near Neston to its prestigious new premises in Chester.

BroadSkill's new offices at Mollington Grange BroadSkill's new offices at Mollington Grange
Ben Chapman, MP for Wirral South, will open BroadSkill's new offices on 28 July

The company operates two business arms. BroadSkill Training Services provides freelance instructors, project management and other services for training projects in private and public sector organisations across the UK and further afield. BroadSkill Solutions uses similar expertise to provide bespoke and standard IT systems, especially to public sector organisations such as the police, NHS and local authorities.

Stephen Fletcher, Managing Director at BroadSkill, said: "I'm very grateful to Ben Chapman for agreeing to open our new offices. I know that the government is keen to encourage the Small and Medium sized Enterprise sector and, thanks to the hard work of our staff and associates, I'm pleased to offer BroadSkill as a very healthy example of what can be achieved."

He continued: "We have great pleasure in having a number of customers, trainers and colleagues from Wirral and I am delighted that as the business grows further we will hopefully be providing new job opportunities and services to local people and businesses. Mollington Grange provides three times the space of our previous premises and we made the move with an eye to future expansion. As it turns out, a new multi-million pound contract that we have just won will mean that extra space will be put to use much sooner than I expected."