Business centre bucks trend

PUBLISHED: 12:15 12 September 2012

Simon Hall the manager of Exmouth business centre handing over the keys to Gill Sparkes and Sue Tallock from Exmouth business services. Photo by Terry Ife ref exe 1443-36-12TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Simon Hall the manager of Exmouth business centre handing over the keys to Gill Sparkes and Sue Tallock from Exmouth business services. Photo by Terry Ife ref exe 1443-36-12TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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An Exmouth business says it is bucking the trend of the recession and helping other firms get off the ground.

Exmouth Business Centre, in Hartley Road, offers office space, with meeting rooms and fast broadband and telephones, to a diverse range of businesses.

Eighteen months after opening, the centre is now full, with Sue Tallock and Gill Sparkes, of Exmouth Business Services taking on the tenth and final office.

Gill said: “We just found that as we get busier, working from home was no longer an option.

“The office enables us to separate our work and home life, and shows our clients that we mean business and gives us a more professional impression.”

Although its offices are now full, the centre does still have space on its hotdesking service, and offers meeting rooms for hire.

For more information contact manager Simon Hall on 01395 222974 or visit www.exmouthbusinesscentre.co.uk.

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