Revilo joins the Rochdale revolution
Date published: 12 March 2019
L-R: Gill Davies, Jamie Fraser, Joe Greenwood, Darren Clawson, Jemma Holden, CEO Lee Collins, Deborah Brierley
The Revilo Group has signed up as a Rochdale Ambassador - a scheme designed to harness the expertise and experience of leading local business people to put Rochdale on the map.
Headed up by local entrepreneur Lee Collins, the Revilo Group has itself found real success in Rochdale.
With a £200,000 refurbishment of its offices on Bridgefold Road nearing completion, the Revilo brand has seen tremendous growth since its inception in 2014, and now operates in the investment, automotive, property development, new house building, estate agency, insurance and mortgage sectors
Mr Collins said: “There is no doubt that Rochdale is on the up as far as business is concerned. With fantastic access to the major motorway links you would be hard pressed to find anywhere with better connections. On top of that, the property here is great value for money and investment in the town centre makes it an even better place to live and work.”
The Rochdale Ambassadors scheme, supported by the Rochdale Development Agency (RDA), brings together the national networking activities of well-connected business people. Ambassadors spread the word about Rochdale’s resurgence regionally, nationally and even internationally.
Mr Collins joins a growing list of successful local business people to join the Rochdale Ambassador scheme, including representatives of Zen Internet, Simkiss Control Systems, Tetrosyl, Nomical, and Hanson Springs.
Mr Collins is keen to ‘do what he can to help’ as the Revilo Group continues to move forward with the imminent opening of a new ‘business hub’ and further recruitment.
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