Hot on the heels of a period of rapid expansion, Hallam has now taken over a second floor in its office in The Clock Tower on Talbot Street.
The launch of the expanded office space, named the Town Hall, was attended by a number of clients and local business and officially opened by Lilian Greenwood MP. This was followed by Managing Director Susan Hallam delivering her inaugural Town Hall Lecture on her predictions for 2017.
Guests were served a delicious breakfast, provided by local companies Kerry’s Fresh and The Nottingham Doughnut Company. Breakfast comprised of fruit pots and smoothies (specially made in Hallam’s colours of purple, orange and green) and an assortment of doughnuts.
The new space will allow the team to work even more collaboratively, to deliver innovative solutions to meet the needs of their clients. The office offers an additional boardroom, complete with the latest technology and space for the team to come together to share ideas, as well as a quiet area.
The Town Hall is newly decorated with a touch of Hallam’s vibrant signature purple, and a nod to the latest design trend for tastefully mismatched chairs and industrial style lighting. There’s also a breakfast bar and comfy new seating for the team to socialise.
Susan said: “It was great to see so many familiar friendly faces help celebrate our office expansion. Hallam has grown significantly in the past year. One of our biggest assets is our team of digital marketing experts and we wanted to invest in creating an innovative environment for them to work in.”
Team Hallam would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who attended and helped celebrate our latest milestone. However, this would not have been possible without the hard work and help of a number of local business who helped with the renovation of the Town Hall:
- Grays Locksmiths
- David C Metcalf Removals & Storage
- The Tub Chair Shop
- Commercial Carpets Nottingham
And of course, the delicious catering provided by:
You can view all the pictures from the event on our Facebook page.