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New Banbury office opens

New Banbury office opens

Extra boost for Banbury job hunters

Employment agency moves into town centre

Local businesses need look no further now that employment agency, G-Force Employment, is opening new offices in Banbury town centre. The firm’s move to Charter House, on Banbury’s High Street, will give a big boost to local companies and to Banbury residents looking to make their next move in the job market.

The firm, which was established in 2003 in Bicester, is one of Oxfordshire’s leading independent recruitment consultancies. Specialising in recruiting for logistics, driving, industrial and general office roles for both permanent and temporary positions, the company is actively recruiting well qualified candidates.

Despite the economic difficulties of the last 18 months, Steve Gee, the company’s managing director, is positive about the firm’s future.

“Charter House is in a very good location on the High Street and will give us plenty of exposure to local job hunters. The office itself has been recently renovated to an extremely high standard and provides smart flexible space, with excellent facilities. The landlord, Fellside Estates, has agreed great terms and been very supportive in helping us get set up.”

The move to Banbury will allow the firm to better service its existing clients in the town, and expand further northwards in to Warwickshire and south Birmingham.

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