|By PR Newswire||
|August 12, 2014 04:48 AM EDT||
HUDDERSFIELD, England, August 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Global brand implementation specialists Principle are investing over £3m to create state-of-the-art premises in Yorkshire, as part of an international growth strategy to attract more multi-national clients to the region and boost the local economy.
Principle believe the facility will be a benchmark for the industry - "This will be a flagship for Principle. We are proud of how we have grown as a company and the global brands we support, and this new building will be a true reflection of that.
The relationships we build with our clients are based on a true understanding of their brand and business. We support their growth; working with them both centrally and in their local markets. We go the extra mile and I believe this is reflected in the trust they put in us." Group Chairman, Richard Butterfield.
Global brands who trust Principle to ensure consistency of brand standards in corporate and retail environments around the world include BMW, Jaguar Land Rover, Chrysler, HSBC, Barclays, Accenture, ArcelorMittal and GE.
Headquartered in Yorkshire, the company has a forecast turnover for 2014/15 in excess of £100m, and offices currently in the USA, Germany, France, Italy, Brazil, China and India. However, plans are underway to establish offices in new parts of the world to mirror their clients' business strategies; shadowing and supporting them in their local markets. Global initiatives coming soon include Japan, South Africa, the Middle East and Australia.
This project also has the support of Jason McCartney, MP for Colne Valley who has been impressed with Principle's growth and future plans:
"Principle are a local company going global. It's great that they haven't forgotten their local roots with their UK Headquarters in Huddersfield, whilst they have offices around the world and operate in over 60 countries. I will be doing all I can to support and encourage Richard and his team as they continue to work with clients around the globe."
Richard concluded: "We have worked extremely hard to be in a strong position both financially and in terms of our international reach, and we are proud of the relationships that we have developed that we hope will ultimately be of benefit to both Yorkshire and the UK."
In 2014 Principle was also listed in the London Stock Exchange publication '1000 Companies to Inspire Britain'.