Hallam Internet has now moved to new, larger Nottingham city centre offices as part of their continued expansion plans, to make room for new staff and to make it easier for clients to visit.
Hallam Internet, Nottingham’s leading Internet Marketing Consultancy, made the move to The Clock Tower on Talbot Street on Monday 1st October. The iconic building and great city centre location near Nottingham's tram network will make it much more convenient for clients to visit and for staff to travel to client sites.
Susan Hallam, Managing Director of Hallam Internet says, “We’re thrilled to have secured such great premises in Nottingham. We’ve wanted to move back into Nottingham city centre for a while, it’s such a great place to do business. The move also provides us with capacity to meet our recruitment plans as part of our ongoing expansion."
Plans to develop the inside of the new Hallam Internet offices include partitioning the currently open plan space to make new offices and break out rooms, creating a modern kitchen diner for clients and consultants to relax in and, perhaps most importantly, the purchase of a basket for the new office dog Ruby!
Hallam Internet will be holding a launch event for the opening of their new offices in the coming weeks and will be inviting current and prospective clients, friends and family to see the offices and allowing people to take the time to catch up with the whole Hallam Internet Team.
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About Hallam Internet Ltd:
Established in 1999, Hallam Internet is one of the Midlands leading providers of Internet marketing services. A Google Certified Partner, Hallam Internet helps businesses to get found in the search engines, boost their market share, and make more sales for a thriving business.
Managing Director, Susan Hallam is a senior influencer in the Internet marketing world, and is the search marketing editor of .Net magazine, a regular speaker at industry conferences including SMX, SES and The Conversion Conference, and her views on Internet business issues have been published in the Sunday Times, as well as publishing a range of articles in the Internet press.
Published on: 8:30AM on 1st October 2012