A Cardiff-based IT recruitment and consultancy specialist has secured and begun upgrading new headquarters to accommodate its 10-year growth plans, with the support of a six-figure funding deal from NatWest.
Stable Resources has purchased premises on Talbot Street, Pontcanna near Cardiff city centre, after securing a £168,875 commercial loan from NatWest.
[aoa id=”1″]The move is part of Stable Resources’ ambitious development plans. The business is aiming to triple its workforce and increase its turnover significantly with the expansion of its specialist recruitment services across the technology sector. To support this growth, Stable Resources is upgrading and expanding the new office space in line with the company brand.[/aoa]
Founded in 2001, Stable Resources has used its expertise to provide the technical industry with world-class employees and bespoke consultancy services across the cyber, defence, security and information assurance industries. High profile clients include Microsoft and Hitachi Consulting.
Stable Resources runs a bespoke operational model, working in association with a number of businesses across the UK and currently employing five people locally. The team are aiming to double this number within the next 12 months.
Anwen Aspden, Managing Director at Stable Resources Ltd, said:
“We have been looking for the perfect location to bring us closer to Cardiff City Centre with a view to welcoming our existing clients and contractors at our new offices, as well as offering ample space to accommodate our exciting plans for growth over the next 10 years.
“Thanks to NatWest we have been able to secure the perfect base on Talbot Street in Pontcanna. We’re also very much looking forward to meeting and working with Cardiff’s local businesses and creating new partnerships that will help to grow the city’s technical services along with realising new potential opportunities.”
Matthew Maunder, Relationship Manager at NatWest, said: “The team at Stable Resources are experts in their field and I have no doubt they will exceed their ambitious plans over the next year and beyond. After visiting the new premises, I look forward to seeing how it will change over the next few years as the business continues to grow.”
The deal was also supported by NatWest’s Ian Pottle and Cornerstone Loans Ltd.