Jerroms, accountancy and advisory firm, has announced that its Coleshill office has moved away from the town centre to a new location set on Coleshill Manor Office Campus.
The office was recently refurbished and designed to meet client and staff needs whilst improving its IT infrastructure and also the firm’s green credentials.
The refurbishment project was supported by grant funding through the green business and business support programmes which are part funded by the European regional development fund that is delivered by Coventry City Council.
Bernie McCullagh, business energy advisor at Coventry City Council, said: “We’re really pleased to be able to help Jerroms to reduce their carbon footprint by over 4.5 tonnes a year through grant funding for low carbon measures for their building.
“Jerroms are committed to using this project to boost their environmental credentials – by physically demonstrating their commitment to their customers, staff and stakeholders alike.”
Richard Middleton, business advisor at Coventry City Council, added: “It is great that we’ve been able to support Jerroms with this grant. It has helped them to create jobs during a very difficult year for a lot of businesses in our region.
“This is a wonderful example of how our business support funding can not only provide help with business expansion, but also improve employee wellbeing and client satisfaction, thereby increasing future sales growth.”