Redbrick Solutions set to further expand in 2014

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28 January 2014


Following unprecedented demand for their products last year, Redbrick Solutions have announced plans to further expand the business in 2014.

To cope with the high demand for their cutting edge technology solutions, four new team members have recently been appointed and recruitment is underway for a further two new positions.

Managing Director, Martin MacDuff comments, “2013 was a fantastic year for us and business performance has gone from strength to strength.  We have appointed two new Business Consultants as well as two new Business Development Managers and are currently recruiting for another Business Consultant and a Product Tester”.

One of the new Business Consultants, Kirt Patel, will be taking responsibility for new client implementations, training and client care in the North West of the country.  Kirt has 12 years experience in Business to Business Account Management, and said “I’m really looking forward to my new adventure with Redbrick Solutions.  Lots of people in the legal profession are talking about our best in class products and I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to Redbrick’s growth in 2014. I can’t wait to get out and meet clients – new and existing.”

In addition to the new staff appointments, Redbrick Solutions will be moving to larger premises in Q1 2014.  The new office provides twice as much space as the current property and offers further scope for expansion in the future.  The complex will include a CPD training room for clients, a well-equipped Boardroom and state of the art gym for staff use.

“2014 is going to be an exciting year for Redbrick Solutions” said Mr MacDuff, “Our new modern offices will be a great place to work and our latest recruits will strengthen an existing team of talented professionals. I look forward to working with them all to deliver our ambitious plans for 2014”.



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