The community-focused company, which offers core HR services and organisational change support, believes in using local space. The team of 12 are planning to make the most of being able to hold meetings in Howbery’s historic Manor House and unwinding in the lovely grounds.
CEO Jonna Mundy, who founded You HR Consultancy 10 years ago, commented: “Howbery is everything you would expect a business park to be and more. The grounds are beautifully maintained, there are boats to borrow by the river, and it’s ahead of the game on so many things, such as corporate social responsibility (CSR) – for example with the bee initiative. This is an area of focus for our company too this year.
“It’s great that that park has good public transport connections, as well as having on-site parking, which is convenient for some of our clients – primarily SMES, not-for-profit and public sector organisations. We already had some clients on the park, and we have gained some more since moving here. Everyone is so friendly here – when we move around the park it’s great to talk to people.”
Donna Bowles, Estates Manager at Howbery Business Park, said: “It’s wonderful to welcome another business that is keen to interact with others on the site. We have 59 organisations here now, so there are plenty of opportunities to meet other businesses offering a range of services and products.”