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George Thomas moves in to Windsor House

Picture of Thomas Flaherty and Karen outside the building

George Thomas, a specialist in providing global solutions to the chemical, medical, industrial sectors, has moved into Windsor House on the fifth floor.

Founded in 2018, George assists with recruitment for senior management, executive and c-level placements in five main sectors: chemicals, medical, packaging, ingredients, and industrial.

It has joined more than 115 other businesses based in Windsor House, the former Grand Hotel, located on Cornwall overlooking the Valley Gardens.

It is currently undergoing a major programme of refurbishment to its ground floor, which is seeing its communal areas modernised and the creation of new co-working spaces.

The landmark building offers stylish, efficient work space of a calibre which continues to attract national and well-known regional companies and agencies.

There are a wide range of tenants occupying space from 100 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft, illustrating the suitability of the building to local and national businesses both large and small.

Karen Winspear, Property Manager at Boultbee Brooks which manages the building, said: “We are delighted to welcome George Thomas and his 17-strong team to Windsor House.

“The company, our latest tenant, chose Windsor House because of the quality of office space, affordability, its proximity to the town centre, and onsite car parking.”

Thomas Flaherty, Director of George Thomas, said: “We are delighted to have recently moved into Windsor House, the building is the perfect location for us to operate in and offers us all the facilities we need to run our business.”

Speaking of the challenges in the market, Thomas said: “Many companies are suffering, with a lot of volatility when it comes to finding the best market talent, our years of experience and expertise in the industry give our clients a great competitive advantage.”

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