Swindon downtown office building welcomes three new businesses

FigFlex Offices welcomed a trio of new tenants at 3 Newbridge Square and provided them with a total of 572 square feet of serviced office space following its relaunch earlier this year.

Rail infrastructure service provider Colas Rail expanded its existing space to 1,132 square feet in seven offices with 30 employees.

Hampshire-based recruiting firm Active Staff has taken on an additional 119 square feet, which will open its third office in the south this month at FigFlex Swindon.

Technology recruiting agency Good Talent, which uses human resources technology products to help organizations meet their recruiting needs, now occupies 65 square feet of the new serviced office space.

Director Jimmy Braimah said: “We were introduced to the FigFlex offices through a contact from Swindon Borough Council. From my first phone call to Sharon and my subsequent visit, we were very impressed with the service.

“They presented a range of options to suit our needs and we decided on the spot to make this base in Swindon our new home.

“The team has been very proactive and supportive and the support from Sharon and her team has been excellent and very professional.”

A FigFlex Offices spokesperson added: “We have seen the needs of small businesses evolve over the past 18 months and there is now considerable demand for flexible coworking spaces.

“We have tailored our offering to provide our members with the space and amenities they need to succeed and grow.

“It’s fantastic to welcome active and talented staff to our Swindon site and to provide more space for our existing customer, Colas Rail. We look forward to continuing to work together to help their businesses thrive.

The office provider recently changed its name to focus on flexibility, convenience and additional business support for its members in response to post-pandemic market demand.

FigFlex Swindon is located at 3 Newbridge Square, a newly renovated office building in the center of the Swindon shopping district.

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