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The future of Quanta: Our three-year road map

Posted bySpencer Trigg
Published on 13 October 2021

The leadership team have been busy planning Quanta’s future and laying out a three-year road map to set clear objectives for the business.

On Friday 10th September the team gathered at a popular local bar, enjoyed a couple of drinks, delectable bar snacks whilst director, Spencer Trigg, presented the three-year road map, highlighting the business’s past successes and sharing ambitious future plans including large scale team expansion and significant investment across the business from cutting edge technology, to new offices, to more training for all. 

There’s no denying that the whole world has faced a multitude of problems in the last 18 months, but the Quanta team have flourished and grown, making the seemingly impossible, possible! In the last three years Quanta have achieved over £170 million turnover, won 7 awards, welcomed 46 new team members and made thousands of contractor placements.

The industries Quanta deliver their services in continue to thrive, meaning the business must flourish alongside them. Our talent acquisition drive is in full swing, and we are hoping to welcome many more Sales colleagues, Recruiters and Delivery Executives into our offices in Berkhamsted and the US - we are eagerly looking forward to working with our newest team members across the pond.

And as the employee headcount rises the investment in Learning and Development does too. Quanta are very proud of their award-winning training programmes, and they hold so much value to the team. The continued heavy investment in L&D will play an important role throughout our growth and far into the future.

Growth tends to mean adapting and since 2020 that’s what many of the world’s workforces have had to do. From setting up home offices, virtual recruiting and onboarding and holding meetings via Teams or Zoom are just a small part of the new way of working since Covid-19 hit. And whilst working remotely can bring some challenges it can also present some positives too and by introducing the Hybrid Working policy the Quanta team have a newfound flexibility. The policy has recently been implemented and will be regularly reviewed to ensure it continues to work for the team and business.

With objectives and goals in place there’s of course one more future event that can’t go ignored, Quanta’s 30th Birthday trip to Portugal, a well-earned break to celebrate with the whole business. The countdown has already begun!

We are excited to embark on the next chapter of the Quanta journey and if you would like to be a part of it and are considering a job in recruitment contact

Josefine Pope or view current vacancies.

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