We are excited to announce that we have opened spacious new offices in Wroclaw, Poland.
The new campus office demonstrates Eclipse’s dedication to the high-tech region and supports the rapid expansion of the e-commerce and recruitment company.
It is part of a growth strategy that focuses on talent, training and staying at the forefront of digital commerce, tapping into the deep pool of talent and technology graduates in the Wroclaw area.
The stylish contemporary workspace is home to more than 75 specialists, with capacity to almost double the workforce over the next few years.
The new cutting-edge campus enables the company to establish smart-working practices for the benefit of Polish and UK-based colleagues and clients.
At the same time, HR GO Recruitment has opened its first branch in Poland to recruit UK-based Polish workers wishing to return home, as well as well-qualified people in Poland looking for high-quality roles in the UK. It will initially specialise in technology.
Jack Parkinson, HR GO plc executive chairman, celebrated his birthday by cutting the ceremonial red ribbon to formally open the Wroclaw campus.
“I’m very impressed by the new campus and pleased that we are at the heart of Wroclaw’s burgeoning high-tech district,” he said. “This really is Poland’s Silicon Valley.”
Roddy Barrow, HR GO plc Group Managing Director said: “Our significant investment in the Wroclaw campus and Eclipse Academy, shows our confidence in the huge talent pool that exists in Poland.
“We expect more sales growth from expanding our operations in Poland, including the new recruitment office, with the aim of Brexit-proofing our business. We are looking to other countries where we can also add value.”
Steve Liddle, Eclipse Managing Director, said: “This exciting event represents much more than a great new workspace for our Polish team. For us, it’s the first step on a new strategy that shows our commitment to talent, training and offering our customers the best possible service. It also underlines our commitment to international expansion.”