Historic move for EMBS in more ways than one!

Latest News — 08.11.2016

Darley Abbey Mills was built in 1782 along with the mill workers cottages that now make up the village of Darley Abbey in Derbyshire.  Walter Evans, the founder of the mills was a tech entrepreneur of the enlight1-1day and together with his contemporaries he would go on to create a vision for industry and commerce that would shape the future of modern business.

Two hundred and thirty four years later EMBS is delighted to announce that we have moved into The Long Mill, Darley Abbey Mills, which has been in a state of dereliction since 1969.

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Simon Bucknell said, “We’ve been looking for a new site for the business for many years but didn’t want a modern office. We were keen to find somewhere with a soul, with history with a story. We also wanted to find a place that we could connect to our brand and would allow for hyper growth.

As a recruitment business operating in engineering, advanced manufacturing and technology,  we love the idea of working in a world heritage site where these industries were formed, it just seems so right!

Our office in the Long Mill can house up to 50 people, giving us huge potential for growth. In 2017 we will continue our Graduate Academy and look to hire the next cohort of Recruiters and continue the development of our four main divisions IT, Engineering, Operations and Property.

Watch our YouTube videos to see the before and after photos of the renovation and find out more about the history of the site by clicking this link https://youtu.be/kDSKZa46Wb0  and https://youtu.be/V7niGX-oQz8 . See the Mills by drone!  https://youtu.be/3TPSNdtMtXY 

If you are working in a recruitment business in Derby or Nottingham and want to work for one of the hottest recruitment businesses in the UK, in what is an incredible environment please contact Simon Bucknell, Director on 01332 208888 or email your cv to simon@embservices.co.uk

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