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JVP set to expand with new office in St Asaph

Rapidly growing recruitment marketing specialists JVP Group, have moved to brand-new prestigious offices on the New Vision Business Park located next to St Asaph Business Park.

At a special event on Friday, Economy Minister Ken Skates was on hand to officially unveil the company’s new premises, as the business ramps up its expansion plans.

JVP was founded in 2014 to disrupt the recruitment market by offering alternative and cost-effective talent attraction solutions for employers, and the move near to St Asaph Business Park is a key part of the business’ significant 3-year growth plan.

Managing Director Cath Harrison said “Our new high-tech offices and facilities will enable us to implement our ambitious plans to grow to a £2m turnover within 5 years, so we’re creating multiple jobs over the next three years increasing the size of the team from 9 to 20, whilst investing heavily in staff development, technology and marketing. 

“New Vision Business Park provides the ideal work home for the JVP team, as it’s a truly vibrant hub and we’re proud to be part of such an innovative business community.”

The award-winning company has built a reputation for successfully enabling their clients to directly attract talent using the power of their employer brand, whilst saving thousands of pounds by not having to use recruitment agencies.

With services such as online advertising and marketing of jobs, and a range of time saving support and technology solutions, the company has secured an impressive client base including NSPCC, Clogau, Chester Zoo, Boots Hearingcare and Arriva TrainCare.

To celebrate the new office opening, JVP hosted a lunch event for local business leaders where the Economy Minister discussed the importance of innovation to help drive growth across the North Wales region.

Economy Minister Ken Skates said: “JVP have based their model on innovative ideas, and that’s exactly what I want to see more of across the Welsh economy.

“I always find it encouraging to hear of North Wales businesses showing a vote of confidence in the region and expanding their operations here, and JVP’s growth plan, supported by Business Wales will create high value opportunities and quality jobs for talented people in the area.

“Its new base at St Asaph Business Park will also ensure JVP has the best possible infrastructure in place to help it thrive, in what is a dynamic and attractive location for innovators and entrepreneurs.”