HOVE: Sussex welcome BrightonandHoveJobs.com to their new home at The PROBIZ21-Nov-2012
BrightonandHoveJobs.com have had a very busy few days as they are now residents of Sussex County Cricket Club, as well as sponsoring the Boundary Rooms.
Having spent the summer networking at matches and attending numerous events that the ground is now hosting, Gary Peters and his team enjoyed the serenity and views of the historic venue so much they decided to create an office space and make The PROBIZ County Ground, Hove their permanent home.
BrightonandHoveJobs.com works tirelessly to improve job prospects in the city and beyond but they are also about working in the community and building great partnerships which they have achieved with Sussex.
However, Brighton & Hove has a thriving sports and cultural scene and the Founder Gary Peters feels it is critical to embrace these to help communicate with young people.
He said, "Moving in to Sussex County Cricket Club is not only a dream move for me professionally and personally but more importantly it also gives us a new platform to work with students from the local schools and colleges.
“By actively introducing them into sport and the business world we will open up minds and doors. We all have to be more proactive as a city about inspiring the next generation of leaders and this is our way of working towards this”
Sussex County Cricket Club is of course a 24/7 operation hosting numerous business and private events all year round and it is a great place to have meetings with clients away from the normal coffee shop culture of Brighton & Hove. It gives clients a unique few hours in beautiful surroundings which are conducive for being creative and strategic. With 360 degree views of the ground and all year round accessibility, it is a very exciting development in the life of BrightonandHoveJobs.com
Trevor Mould, Sussex County Cricket Club’s Marketing and Communications Manager said, "We are delighted to welcome Gary and his BrightonandHoveJobs.com team to The PROBIZ County Ground, Hove. Since agreeing a four-year deal to sponsor our Boundary Rooms last year, the relationship has gone from strength-to-strength, culminating in the construction of this brand new on site facility, which doubles up as an office for 8 staff as well as their hospitality facility during match days.
“This innovative approach is something that we very much welcome as we look for further ways to enhance our newly redeveloped venue here at The PROBIZ and continue our close involvement with our sponsors.”
Image: Gary Peters of BrightonandHoveJobs.com receives the keys to the new office at Hove from Marketing and Communications Manager Trevor Mould (left) and former Sussex batsman and current Business Relationship Manager Tony Cottey