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Fasset Welcome More New Businesses to Hersham and Caswell

Fasset Welcome More New Businesses to Hersham and Caswell

Serviced office provider Fasset Ltd has welcomed more new clients to its business centres in Surrey-based Hersham (pictured top), near Kingston-on-Thames, and Caswell in Northamptonshire (pictured below).

At their Technology Park in Hersham, Fasset have recently been joined by two companies which pushes their total number of on-site businesses to 22.

Newcomer Benchmark Retail Services is a specialist in visual merchandising, specifically in the DIY and home wares sectors, and has a number of established clients such as B&Q, Homebase, Wickes, Focus and Wilkinson. Benchmark provides bespoke merchandising, point-of-sale and promotional support along with auditing and staff training.

Commenting on their new base, Mark Alexander, Managing Director at Benchmark, said:

“Hersham Place is a fantastic venue for our office, being so close to the major road network and Central London. We need easy access to our clients to ensure that doing business with us is as straight forward as possible. We work alongside many ‘blue chip’ industry leaders and need a facility which reflects the quality and high standards our business strives to achieve every day.”

Joining Benchmark is ROC, another new addition to Hersham, which is a leading consultancy firm specialising in SAP Human Capital Management (HCM). As a global enterprise, ROC has consultants working in each continent to help organisations solve issues within HR and other business areas.

Shadia Hazelden, Sales & Marketing Executive at Hersham, said that Hersham is currently experiencing an upturn in enquiries, which she says is great for both the team and the local business community.

“ROC and Benchmark wanted a prime location, excellent transport links and impressive surroundings, where they would feel confident welcoming clients. They favoured the cost certainty and flexibility offered by our serviced office solution; and scope for future growth and development,” she said. “The calibre of the onsite facilities at Hersham means that whether you are buying your client lunch, having an informal coffee or using one of the meeting rooms, you can be sure that you will not be disappointed.”

At Fasset’s Caswell business centre, near Towcester in Northamptonshire, Training Event Safety Solutions Ltd (TESS) has moved into serviced offices due to a company expansion which has resulted in the need for larger office space.

Providing bespoke training programmes for organisers and stewards at sporting and leisure events, TESS offer a variety of courses such as Marshalling, Traffic Supervisor and Conflict Resolutions, and are currently the only company offering ‘Chapter 8’ training for stewards and volunteers at events.

Commenting on the move, Training Director Steve Laws said:

“We run a broad range of training for clients based across the UK, so the administrative requirements of our business are fairly substantial. Having a hassle free office solution was paramount and from day one Caswell has provided just that. We can take a step out, look at the strategy for sales and marketing, broaden our reach, extend the course content and ensure a slicker experience for the client.”

Victoria Powell, Sales & Marketing Executive at Caswell, said:

“TESS is a business that is really taking off, as they have a unique selling point with their ‘Chapter 8’ training. Businesses are more aware than ever of the need to adhere to health, safety and environmental regulations and TESS offer cost effective training to cover many of these areas. It is great to have them on-board and I hope that the onsite network here at Caswell will take advantage and vice versa.”

Other companies that have recently moved into the Caswell business centre are Harbury Consulting, Welltec UK Ltd, Rosslyn Stewart and Morcambe Moments.

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