Print and documentation specialist Altodigital has moved into a new Bristol office at Pinkers Court, Ridgeway after outgrowing its 800 square-foot Liberty House premises.
According to a spokesperson, the new location offers 2,000 square feet of space – more than twice the size of the old office – and the plan is to hire a few new staff.
Richard Walker, regional director at Altodigital (pictured, third from left), said the firm has won "a host" of new contracts.
"The past eight months have been a period of rapid growth for the team here in Bristol. We have secured some great new contracts and the team has more than doubled in size," he said.
"We have an exciting 12 months ahead. We are looking to acquire another company in the near future with the aim of doubling again in size in the next two years."
The new Pinker's Court office has room to accommodate the expected growth and will also house the company's service engineers based in the region, he added.
Most recently, the managed services provider bought two other office equipment companies in Bristol – Fusion Business Systems and Fusion Business Services.
Four new employees were recently hired: sales manager Daniel Till, account managers Matt Jay and John Norris, and sales secretary Kirsty Leighton.
"We are delighted with the new office space," said Walker.
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