Clarendon’s Prama House Wins BCA’s Group Business Centre of The Year 2012.
Beating off stiff competition from business centres throughout the UK, Prama House, based in North Oxford, was awarded the prestigious title of Group Business Centre of The Year 2012 by the Business Centres Association.
Dec. 4, 2012 - PRLog -- Beating off stiff competition from business centres throughout the UK, Prama House, based in North Oxford, was awarded the prestigious title of Group Business Centre of The Year 2012 by the Business Centres Association.
Natasha Turner, Clarendon’s Oxfordshire Area Manager, accepted the award at the BCA Annual Awards Gala Dinner held at the Park Lane Hotel in Piccadilly on Friday 30th November.
Speaking afterwards, Natasha said: “We are absolutely delighted to win and what makes this award so special is that it is the submissions that our Prama House clients sent to the BCA that influenced their decision. Knowing that every single one of our clients spent their time completing the BCA submissions and adding supporting evidence means so much to us. We are so delighted that our residents supported us and helped Prama House to win.”
“This does reflect well on Clarendon” says Candida Woodington, Clarendon’s Operations Director. “This is incredibly exciting and a real boost to the team at Prama House, who work tirelessly to support the many different businesses located at our North Oxford business centre.”
“We’ve worked incredibly hard for over twelve years embedding our Clarendon customer service ethos as part of our corporate culture” says Julian Cooper, Clarendon’s Managing Director. “I’m delighted to see that our teams at Prama House and at our other business centres are still delivering at the very highest service levels that we established so many years ago.”
Clarendon staff invited Matthew Bryars, the CEO of Aeriandi, to accompany them to the Awards Gala Dinner. Aeriandi have been a long term Prama House client who typify the Clarendon client/supplier relationship. Starting initially as a three person business, Aeriandi have grown dramatically over the last 10 years - moving from a small office to larger offices and even changing floors in Prama House. They now occupy four rooms on the top floor that have been converted to one luxury office to house their expanding team of 15 people.
“We’re still here after 7 years”, says Matt Bryars, “because Prama House still ticks all the boxes. As an IT company, Clarendon has enabled us to develop a technical infrastructure capable of supporting our international business. We are firmly established as a team in our comfortable office in a great environment in North Oxford surrounded by chic restaurants and niche upmarket shops. At the same time, we can happily invite directors of global corporations to attend meetings at Prama House because we know they will be impressed by the warm welcome, the modern and stylish décor, and the very friendly but professional environment.”
For more information about Clarendon Business Centres, please contact: Natasha Turner on 0845 0780370 or visit www.clarendonbc.co.uk
About Clarendon Business Centres
Clarendon Business Centres provides emerging and established businesses with friendly, hassle free, and cost-effective office space. Clarendon has grown significantly since 1998, and now supplies serviced, managed and virtual office space with modern and well equipped meeting and conference facilities across Oxfordshire, Bournemouth, Bracknell, Bromley and Poole.
Offices offer instant availability and are fully furnished and cabled. Clarendon’s flexible approach means that clients only pay for space they use, and they only commit for the length of term they want. With no upfront capital expenditure, it’s easy for clients to upsize and downsize as needed.
Clarendon has a solution for every type of business and every budget, so call Natasha Turner on 0845 0780370.
About The BCA
The BCA is a not-for-profit trade association representing the needs of operators, suppliers and customers of business centres and managed workspace. The BCA promotes the sector to government, local authorities and the wider business community in general.