EOA moves to new headquarters
The EOA has moved its office to Brough as part of its plan to continues its growth.
The past year has seen the EOA go from strength to strength, with highlights of the EOA’s 40th year including 18% growth in the sector, high profile media coverage of transition stories – most notably Richer Sounds – plus membership exceeding 400 and one of the most successful EOA Annual Conference’s to date.
The EOA’s success over the past three years has seen the team and its activity grow meaning it has outgrown its previous offices at Melton.
The move to new premises, which sits on the site of British Aerospace close to Brough train station, is part of the Association’s growth strategy.
Deb Oxley OBE, CEO of the Employee Ownership Association, said: “The move to new premises is about not just serving our current needs, but is also an investment in being able to meet the future needs of our members and to deliver of mission.
“We are delighted with the new office which offers the team room to grow as it delivers new services for members and continues to build the partnerships and relationships to influence the growth of the sector.”
Full contact details for the new office are available here, the new address is as follows:
Mercury (Ground Floor East)
Humber Enterprise Park
East Riding of Yorkshire