Leadership and brand engagement specialist Cirrus has taken more than 4,000sq ft at Sandfield House, Wilmslow.
The company, which works with clients including Marks & Spencer, Asda and Pentland Brands to develop leadership and brand engagement, has agreed a lease on a sizeable first floor office.
As well as allowing for future growth for the company, which currently employs 45 people and a network of specialist associates, the move also sees the teams from Cirrus and The Raft, with which it merged last year, work under the same roof for the first time. The Raft recently rebranded as Cirrus.
Simon Hayward, CEO of Cirrus, said: “We have been looking for the ideal office space to relocate to since merging with The Raft last year.
“More than ever, clients are looking to build their brands from the inside out. Cirrus is uniquely placed to deliver this. Our merger with The Raft really enhanced our brand engagement capability.
“We are working with clients to engage both their employees and their customers with their brands through a combination of skills development and great branding and communications solutions.
“Our new offices reflect the vibrant, energetic culture here at Cirrus. Sharing an office will allow us to take full advantage of our unique blend of skills and expertise, as well as provide us with room to grow over the next few years.”
North West law firm SAS Daniels LLP, which has offices in Stockport, Macclesfield, Chester and Congleton, advised Cirrus on the new office lease.
Nigel Read, a partner at the firm who led the real estate team advising on the lease, said: “Expansion in the region will always be a welcome sight so it’s great to be able to help a business like Cirrus position itself for further growth.
“The needs of businesses in sectors across the board are constantly altering in the current economic climate. This space is perfectly suited to a dynamic business like Cirrus and will provide them with the flexibility to adapt to and capitalise on the changing market landscape in the future.”
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