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Lorely Burt visits NC Creative

Lorely Burt MP recently visited the new offices of NC Creative Group, expressing her support for growing SMEs in the Solihull area.

Lorely Burt MP recently visited the new offices of NC Creative Group, expressing her support for growing SMEs in the Solihull area.

Following their relocation to larger offices, opened last month by the Mayor of Solihull, the growing marketing communications business - which currently has a total of 12 employees - received a personal visit by local MP, Lorely Burt.

During her visit to the new offices in Solihull town centre, MP Lorely Burt said: “I am delighted to see NC Creative Group prospering in what has generally been rather difficult times. It is positive for the local area when our SMEs do well, and it is important that the Government and I, as an MP, show our support publicly.”

After taking the opportunity to show Lorely Burt around the new premises and introduce the team, Managing Director of NC Creative Group Åsa Walker said: “I am very pleased that Lorely took time out of her busy schedule to pay us a visit and show her support. Last year was our tenth anniversary and we see the move to new offices as the exciting beginning of the next phase of the company’s development.”

NC Creative Group operates regionally, nationally and internationally for clients in the automotive, manufacturing, property, professional services, retail, transport and tourism sectors. A two times Midlands Pride Gold Award winner, the company has recently relocated to new offices at Corner Oak, 1 Homer Road having previously operated from a location in Station Road, Solihull.

 

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