Insurance firm sets £1m revenue target after relocation

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A Black Country insurance brokers has moved to bigger premises to consolidate growth.

Gravity Risk Services, which has moved into new offices in New Road, Stourbridge, believes the move puts it on target to fulfil an increase in revenue of £1m.

The firm, which employs 14 people at the new office, has already undergone significant expansion. During the past year it has opened new premises in Leicester and Bradford.

Dale Collett, director at Gravity Risk Services, said: “This is a really good move for us as it is part of a major growth strategy, not just regionally, but nationally.

“Further down the line we will be creating jobs and growing the business further. This new base in Stourbridge is essential for us to do that.

“It is important we have a site in the Black Country to make sure we continue to work with our established client base. This new building is bigger and more fitting for a growing business like ours.”

The move to Stourbridge has seen the firm double the size of its floorplate compared with its former office in Dudley.

Dale Collett, director at Gravity Risk Services, is pictured with Matthew McCall, senior account executive and Helen Whitehead, finance handler.