Digital communcations agency moving to Bury St Edmunds and creating new jobs
One of East Anglia’s largest digital and online communications agencies has announced it is relocating to Bury St Edmunds.
NetXtra is moving from Long Melford to Linden Square in Kings Road and has begun a significant recruitment programme to add to its 35 strong staff.
The business says it is moving its HQ top make it more accessible for businesses from Bury, the A14 corridor as well as Ely and Colchester.
It is looking for website developers, account managers, business development managers and other staff with IT experience.
The firm, established 17 years ago, has more than 200 clients including actors trade union Equity, amd the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.
Managing director and co-founder Simon Hardingham said: “In 17 years, NetXtra has established itself as one of the foremost and most respected webseite and online communications companies in the membership and not for profit sectors.
“Our relocation to bigger offices, coupled with an aggressive recruitment programme, allows us to accomodate our continuing planned expansion over the next few years.”
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