It’s hard to believe it’s been almost a year since the HROC Group relocated to its very impressive Wake Green Road premises in Moseley. The time has absolutely flown by.
Our new purpose-refurbished home has gone down exceptionally well with clients and staff alike and has given us a fantastic opportunity to consolidate all our people, operations and expertise under one very splendid roof. A perfect foil for our vision of creating a bigger, stronger and even better HROC, and helping ensure clients heighten their return on communication.
All things considered, it’s a good job we did make the move. Because, in the last twelve months alone, HROC has swelled its staff numbers by almost 20%, as the business continues to enjoy unprecedented levels of growth. Splendid foresight indeed then, with numerous staff additions made across the board, and resource bolstered in the Creative Services, Public Relations, Digital and Video divisions. All to help service the needs of a steady stream of new high profile clients that have also been coming in through the doors of HROC during the last year.
Thankfully, our new home at Wake Green Road still has bags more space for us to spread out into, so we’ll be operating out of our Moseley base for a good while yet. Plenty more room for new staff – and new clients.
And why would we want to move when we have all the wonderfully quirky and individual cultural attractions of Moseley village on your doorstep – The Sunday Times’ reigning best place for UK urban living. Though, having said that, the recent addition of a table tennis table to the back garden has proved such a tantalising draw that staff are finding it increasingly difficult to tear themselves away from the premises come lunchtime!
The HROC team of marketing specialists offers a wide range of services including advertising, design, digital, public relations, social media and media. If you’d like to heighten the return on your marketing investment, why not pop in for a cuppa and a biscuit.
And a quick game of table tennis, of course.