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A Grand Opening for Air-IT

A Nottingham-based company which provides managed ICT services to over 400 local businesses has celebrated the grand opening of its new office.

With its headquarters now located at Interchange 25 Business Park in Sandiacre, Air-IT marked the occasion with a special event on the evening of Wednesday 6th December.

Mayor of Erewash, Councillor Mary Hopkinson was in attendance and declared the offices open with an official ribbon cutting ceremony. Since renamed as The Technology Hub, the building was also lit up from the outside by Derby Quad’s TECH:SQUAD, who used projection mapping technology to create a visual light show fitting of the new occupants brand. Altogether, the event was attended by more than 60 guests who were some of the first to visit the new site.

Established in 2005 by CEO, Todd McQuilkin, Air-IT relocated their main operations to Interchange 25 Business Park earlier this year after out-growing their previous home at Nottingham Business park. In his opening speech, McQuilkin described the last 12 years as an “incredible journey” and commended present-day Managing Director, James Healey for his tireless passion to expand and drive the company forward since stepping into the role last year.

Healey commented: “I am very proud of how far Air-IT has come in the last 12 years. As well as consistent growth, we have enjoyed excellent levels of client retention.

“Ultimately, the decision to relocate to Interchange 25 Business Park has enabled us to provide a place where our team can thrive and feel at home so we can continue delivering excellent levels of service. It is also ideally located for us to carry on supporting our clients in Nottingham as well as expanding our presence into Derby and Leicester to fuel further growth.”


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