ambitious firm moves to brand new premises

a national work-led training provider edudo has relocated its headquarters to east Staffordshire as part of its ambitious growth plans.edudo, which delivers vocational education to people both in work (edu@work) and out of work (edu4work), has moved to a converted farm building in Kingstanding, near Needwood.the firm’s 30-strong team of office- and field-based staff were formerly located at Castle Donington, in Leicestershire.the move to the west midlands was made possible as part of an investment of more than £250,000 delivered by Birmingham-based venture capitalist Midven.edudo managing partner Ronan Smith said: “We’ve been preparing for the move for several months, so the team were really excited to be finally handed the keys to our new site. “The offices provide space for us to grow the business and will help us to deliver vocational qualifications to more people.the location is also great, as it means we’re not commuting into a congested town or city in the morning and there is real scope within the building for us to develop the character and ethos of the business and embed our corporate values.”edudo was set up in 2011 by Mr Smith to deliver qualifications to people looking for work and those in work. these range from entry level Work Skills BTECs to post graduate equivalent NVQs. edudo, learning is, first and always, about improving life-chances. It’s what people do when they want to make sense of the world!

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