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Stoke-on-Trent is increasingly becoming a thriving business centre

An ongoing increase in client demand has led to The Supply Register’s recent relocation to larger premises. The new headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent will offer the organisation the space and transport links it needs for continued national growth and development.

The online supply teacher portal currently works with schools, academies, colleges and multi-academy trusts across the UK, offering an alternative, streamlined and cost effective means to recruiting education professionals on a non-permanent basis.

Stoke-on-Trent is increasingly becoming a thriving business centre thanks, in part, to support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and ‘Growth Hub’ status.

Baljinder Kuller, Managing Director at The Supply Register, comments:

“Situated in the very heart of the country, less than a mile from Stoke’s central train station, our new premises is perfectly positioned to provide the level of support our growing customer base requires to ensure that we continue to provide the best and most efficient services possible.”

“Over the last 18 months The Supply Register has successfully delivered numerous projects around the Midlands and its surrounding areas, building on our portfolio in the Education Recruitment Managed Service sector.”

“Alongside our established offices in Skipton and London, the opening of our new HQ will enable The Supply Register to provide exceptional coverage to our customers and will strengthen current and future projects across the UK.”

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Carly Smith
BlueSky PR
T: +44 (0)1582 790 708

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