Teesside expansion for Manchester firm.
Manchester-based RB Solutions says its move into Middlesbrough is due to increased demand for its services.
The company was created two and a half years ago by Gavin Jones and Mark Poole, who have strong backgrounds in local government, specialising in business process outsourcing, software services, managed services and business re-engineering.
RB, which offers business improvement solutions to local authority revenues and benefits departments throughout the UK, has opened a base at Cleveland Business Centre.
A company spokeswoman said: "Because of the high demand for our services, we need to expand and create another processing centre.
"We have created nearly 75 jobs in the Manchester area and are looking to do at least the same in Middlesbrough over the next two years."
Investment in the new offices has focused on general set up costs, information technology infrastructure, recruitment and training
RB is renting the premises, initially signing a five year lease
The spokeswoman added: "After two and a half years trading, RB Solutions have built a strong reputation in the revenues and benefits market and because of the high demand for our services, we have decided to expand our operation into another Northern area.
"Middlesbrough is an 'up and coming' area with extensive regeneration plans; we feel that Middlesbrough has a lot to offer our employees and it will be an excellent place to work.
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Mar 23, 2007|
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