Exchange Utility to create hundreds of jobs in Bury

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Exchange Utility create jobs in bury

Exchange Utility to create hundreds of jobs in BuryBury is a hub for innovation and business, having seen many a success story come from the town going back to the 1800’s when Sir Robert Peel created the police force that still keeps us safe to this day.

Exchange Utility  is striving to become the next big thing out of Bury by investing heavily in expanding their staff capacity and creating local jobs to coincide with this.

We have gone from strength to strength since launching only two years ago, which has resulted in rapid growth and expansion. Exchange Utility has already reached staff numbers of over 150 team members and are looking to create a further 250 jobs on top of that. Our ambitious plans for 2016 include revamping an old building in the town centre to create a central point where savings can be made for all local businesses and investments as well as opportunities can be generated within the local community.

John Baker Exchange Utility Director: “This move puts us at a central location to attract potential employees from right across the borough.  It will give our employees excellent access to transport, leisure and retail. We are a company that prides ourselves on our friendly culture, and our mission to save businesses money.”

We’re definitely on the up and our focus is to be the go-to company in the business energy and utility procurement market. We are preparing to make a gigantic impact on the way businesses secure and manage their energy and utilities through offering clever consumption and cost reduction advisories for free.

It’s an exciting time for our business and there’s so many opportunities to get involved whether you’re looking for a new career in Bury or you’re a business owner looking for some savings. Exchange Utility have what you’re looking for.

Mike Connolly, Leader of Bury Council said: ‘We warmly welcome Exchange Utility to Bury; they are an excellent business firmly founded on family values. This move secures further employment opportunities in the local area, as well as increasing footfall in the town centre.”

Exchange Utility Director Kelly Ivison: “Our renovation of Athenaeum House on Market Street allows us to grow our talented team of 160 people to 410. Bury represented the perfect fit for our company to continue to prosper, and make a real contribution to the local community.”

One thing is for sure, Exchange Utility’s move to Bury Centre will benefit the local area immensely in more ways than one and we are immensely proud to be part of it.