Training provider expands Birmingham presence with new office
Business 2 Business, a skills and employment support company, has expanded its Birmingham presence by relocating to a larger office in the city centre.
Formerly at Regus’ Crossway, the company now occupies 1,900 sq ft on the third floor of Lombard House at 145 Great Charles Street, securing the space through a lease assignment from Mode Transport Planning.
Established 37 years ago in Leicester, Business 2 Business addresses unemployment and social exclusion through upskilling and vocational training, with additional offices in Loughborough, Wolverhampton, and Birmingham.
Over the past decade, the company has assisted 37,900 individuals in gaining training or employment.
CBRE advised Mode on the lease assignment.
Brooke Matthews, surveyor in CBRE’s office agency team in Birmingham, said: “Having vacated the space, Mode Transport approached CBRE to assist it in finding a new tenant to take on the remainder of its lease. This was achieved in a short timeframe, with Business 2 Business agreeing a move to the office after just one viewing. We’re pleased to have helped Mode Transport and facilitated Business 2 Business’s move to Lombard House, and in doing so support the growth and expansion of the business in Birmingham.”
Gerald Eve advised the landlord, Daily Mail Pension Fund.