Expanding Welwyn Garden City-based business moves into new offices

PUBLISHED: 15:00 08 October 2017 | UPDATED: 13:40 09 October 2017

Welwyn Hatfield MP Grant Shapps opening Secura's new office.

Welwyn Hatfield MP Grant Shapps opening Secura's new office.

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A booming Welwyn Garden City-based business has moved into its new expanded base near the town centre.

Secura CEO Ollie Beaton and Welwyn Hatfield MP councillor Grant Shapps officially open the new premises in Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Danny LooSecura CEO Ollie Beaton and Welwyn Hatfield MP councillor Grant Shapps officially open the new premises in Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Danny Loo

Secura, which provides “enterprise cloud services that deliver business advantage”, moved into its new offices in Parkway opposite John Lewis.

Since the current management took over in 2014 it has steadily expanded from having four staff to 30, sparking the move to a much-needed larger base.

Secura CEO Oliver Beaton said: “This official opening of our new office is a very proud moment for me.

“It is very real evidence of the team’s hard work over the last few years and the success this work has achieved.”

Secura CEO Ollie Beaton shows Welwyn Hatfield MP councillor Grant Shapps around the new premises in Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Danny LooSecura CEO Ollie Beaton shows Welwyn Hatfield MP councillor Grant Shapps around the new premises in Welwyn Garden City. Picture: Danny Loo

The office has dedicated areas for the operations, sales and marketing teams and is looking to recruit Welwyn Hatfield-based residents.

Welwyn Hatfield MP Grant Shapps did the ribbon-cutting at the office’s unveiling, following which he said: “It was great to open Secura’s new base in WGC.

“It’s really pleasing that not only is the business rapidly growing but that they’re dedicated to employing local people in order to fill the roles.

“This is good news for our local community and I wish all at Secura the very best as they continue to expand.”


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