Quarsh is delighted to announce that it has relocated its headquarters to the famous World War Two heritage site of Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes.
After months of steady growth, the talent solutions consultancy is now situated in the Science and Innovation Centre, alongside other small and progressive local enterprises. The new office space will accommodate Quarsh’s growing team, and will be central to building a strong organisational EVP.
Bletchley Park was the code-breaking centre during World War Two, and is credited for producing intelligence which is said to have shortened the conflict by several years. Most recently, the site has been the focus of the Golden Globe nominated film The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the Park’s pioneering mathematician and logician Alan Turing.
Quarsh’s Director Jason Collings, who studied Modern History at Oxford University, said of the move: “Over the past five years, Quarsh and the recruitment market we serve has changed out of all recognition. With our growth has come the need for larger offices and training facilities and so at the end of last year we began to look at options. When we found the Science and Innovation Centre at Bletchley Park, it was a perfect location.
“One of the most historically important sites in the UK, its code-breaking activities critical to winning World War Two, beautiful and fascinating, a source of constant motivation for our team. Yet it also offers superb facilities, a convenient location and a community of other innovative, creative people in a host of industries. Quarsh are delighted to now call Bletchley Park home and look forward to clients visiting us at the home of the codebreakers.”