Alacrity Group Celebrates Achieving its Target to Create 80 New Jobs for the Area following a Record Breaking First Year.

posted on — 17th July 2018

Alacrity Group, opened by Rt Hon Sajid Javid, MP for Bromsgrove and Secretary of State for communities and local government, based in Stoke Prior Worcestershire met its commitment to create 80 new roles within its first year as a Group in November 2017.

Alacrity Group which operates two industry leading companies; Consultvia and InterLearn, was set up to help businesses empower their people through pioneering skills strategies. Consultvia helps employers to sustain their own training needs and delivery, whilst InterLearn operates training on behalf of employers, giving higher returns on investments into people, greater control over development and a more streamlined approach to creating well-trained workforces, all whilst maintaining high government standards.

Alacrity has seen meteoric growth both locally and nationally which has seen them reach the top five of the HW Chamber of Commerce ‘Most Promising Business’ Awards in June 2018. The services offered are being engaged by many large corporate companies, leading to the company being able to honour its commitment to creating 80 new roles in its first twelve months as a Group.

The company celebrated its successful year with a street party in Stoke Prior which was attended by over 120 people. The event, which also saw the launch of the company’s new branding, was overseen by internationally recognised brand agency Mammoth.

“We were delighted to be selected by the Group to lead the company’s new brand image.  The Group recognised the requirement for a brand that matches its innovative, forward thinking services, culture and success and we are delighted at how this has been received. We now look forward to working with Alacrity to help reach its goals of positively influencing 250,000.00 people, through people empowered education, by 2020” Paul Martin – Founder and Partner at Mammoth

Craig Hughes, Managing Partner for Alacrity, commented:

“We’re thrilled to have been able to create new and exciting roles within the company and meet our original pledge of 80 new jobs. Our business is built on the dedication of its people and the local area holds significant talent within our sector. The uptake of our services has meant the company can honour this pledge earlier than intended and approach year two with the team to break further records and empower more people to realise their full potential.”