ESA Group have relocated to Edgbaston due to expansion


ESA Group has completed its office relocation to Edgbaston, adjacent to the Five Ways in the city centre.

ESA Group, formerly Edward Samuel Associates, implemented the relocation after outgrowing its former head office at One Victoria Square, opposite Birmingham’s town hall due to continued new client wins. The company’s turnover increased by 30% year on year in 2016.

To meet its burgeoning need for more space, the business looked for modern, spacious premises that could meet the needs of its expanding number of staff.

The firm has now settled on new offices in Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston.

Director, Dan Heathcote said: “The business has grown every year since 2012 and with the last twelve months being no exception, we simply ran out of room at our previous location to house our ever-increasing team of recruitment specialists.

“We are extremely pleased to have moved into our recently refurbished office, just off Five Ways. The new premises gives us greater opportunity to provide more parking for our staff and visitors, whilst still being in walking distance of the city centre. 

 “Our new office is easily accessible and offers a comfortable welcome for all of our clients and candidates. In addition, we’ve introduced a well-appointed lounge area, which includes a sofa, refrigerator, and fresh fruit every day.”

ESA Group specialises in marketing, human resources, technology and sales roles across the Midlands and plans to add another five staff to its workforce in the next six to twelve months.

Dan Heathcote concluded: “It’s a particularly exciting time to be in Birmingham at the moment, with the number of companies in the city growing faster than any other UK destination. ESA Group are therefore well placed to be able to service new and existing enterprises, who are looking to hire more staff.

“We are now looking forward to being part of the business community in Edgbaston. The additional capacity of the new office will offer us room to grow in to the future, as we look to capitalise on the successes achieved last year.”