Maxwell Bond is excited to announce that they have taken a new 10 year lease on 8,191 sq. ft of Cat A+ office space in the prestigious Tootal Buildings located at the heart of Manchester’s vibrant Oxford St.
Maxwell Bond has experienced huge growth in a short period of time, being the Recruiter & Talent Partner of choice for many of Manchester’s well established and start-up high growth businesses in the Tech & Digital Sector. They have partnered and assisted with the scale-up of Cinch, On the Beach, Known Origin & Apadmi, to name but a few.
Operations Manager, Alistair Badham, said: “We have been searching for premium office space to accommodate our rapid growth plans and the offering at the Tootal Buildings was the perfect match. The central location, the quality of the office refurbishment and the outstanding communal facilities - which include an open-air courtyard, a business lounge with on-site café, and a cycle hub with changing rooms & showers - made it the number one choice as Maxwell Bond’s new home.”
Steven Jagger, founder of Maxwell Bond, said: “I am delighted to choose the Tootal Buildings as the new location for Maxwell Bond’s next phase of growth. Little did I realise that I would be returning to Tootal Buildings with Maxwell Bond just 5 years after my first visit to the site when I obtained a small business start-up loan from The Growth Company, who will now be a neighbour of ours.
“We are excited to be bucking the trend and moving to larger offices that can cope with our ambitious expansion plans and Tootal Buildings is a fantastic space and also the home of Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham, who as we know, is a champion of growth and investment in the Greater Manchester region. These are exciting times for Manchester’s Tech & Digital sector, many businesses are choosing Manchester as their new Tech hub and with the huge growth potential of the wider North West region, Maxwell Bond aims to be at the forefront of providing Tech talent solutions to large established corporates, ‘Unicorn’ businesses & smaller high growth start-ups”.
Deborah Walker, Head of Inward Investment, Financial and Business Services at MIDAS, Manchester’s Inward Investment Agency said: “Maxwell Bond’s relocation and investment is testament to Greater Manchester’s continual growth in digital and the benefits of being in close proximity to the city-region’s highly skilled workforce in this sector. We’re proud to welcome them as our neighbours and look forward to watching the business scale up its operations, bringing fantastic expertise to other businesses that look to innovate.”
Maxwell Bond will be taking up residence in the Tootal Buildings in the Autumn following a bespoke office fit-out by Overbury Plc.