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New hires and expanded HQ for Berrison’s 10th birthday

L-R: Paul O’ Riely, Steve Gee and Viv Cuthill

Berrison is celebrating its 10th anniversary by expanding its office and its team.

The learning and development company has added new storage to its Kendal headquarters and has appointed three new associates.

Formed in the Autumn of 2008 by Colin and Tina Dulson, Berrison offers leadership development and team coaching events and activities to organisations all over the world.

The team of 15 works with companies such as Airbus and Reckitt Benckiser, and has been expanded with the arrival of Paul O’ Riely, Steve Gee and Viv Cuthill, who join the company to manage projects in a senior facilitation role.

Comments Colin: “We’ve enjoyed healthy growth every year since we started and the addition and expansion of our event arm has meant we have an even larger collection of props and tools.  With more storage needs and three new associates joining, we needed to spread our wings a bit.

“We’re delighted to welcome Paul, Steve and Viv to the team as we celebrate our 10 year milestone. We’re within easy reach of all major travel networks – essential to reach our global client base – while still being in a beautiful location that is enjoyable for all our staff.”

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