Manchester's fast-growing Spatial Office Environments, who provide top quality interior solutions to a wide range of corporate and commercial clients, is celebrating rapid growth with a highly successful turnover of £1.2M in their first year, which grew to £1.7M in their second and are now on track to achieve an impressive £4M in 2016.
Based on Clarence Street in Manchester City Centre and formed in 2014 by top furniture sales rep Paul Eatock, specialist CAD designer Elliott Pace, and building and construction expert, Phil Simmonds - Spatial Office Environments hit the ground running and made their mark in Manchester and across the UK. As a recent winner of a prestigious MIX Furniture Provider of the Year 2016 Award, their many Manchester clients include: Maniere De Voir, San Carlo, Street Cars, Portswigger, Norican Group and Car Finance 247.
Director of Sales, Paul Eatock, said: "From the offset, we wanted to be a forward-thinking company, believing that anything is possible. Our efficient internal working practices and supplier diversity are key assets. By utilising modern working methods, we are able to fulfil large orders easily and with minimal overheads. This means we can do incredible work at a fraction of the price of our nearest competitors. From offices and factories to public houses and police headquarters, our exponential growth is testament to the hard work and dedication of the whole team”.
Louis Rix, Director of Car Finance 247 said: “Since engaging with Spatial 2 years ago, they have been part of our explosive growth, working with us providing furniture and fit-out solutions for our numerous Manchester sites. During this period, we have grown from 75 to 350 staff and the end result is that we have flexible environments that are conducive to our growth and future expansion plans. I'd strongly recommend Spatial if you’re looking for a fit-out company who will surpass your expectations”.
"From the offset, we wanted to be a forward-thinking company, believing that anything is possible. Our efficient internal working practices and supplier diversity are key assets. "
Director of Sales, Paul Eatock said
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