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Simply Biz in Super League

SimplyBiz is moving into new premises in Huddersfield’s Galpharm Stadium.

The support service provider will move into the new offices in October after outgrowing their existing office space.

SimplyBiz, with over 2,400 registered individuals and over 1,000 firms since launch, says its rapid member growth has warranted expansion of its compliance and back-office admin staff.

SimplyBiz chairman Ken Davy is majority shareholder of Galpharm Stadium and Conference Centre, which is home to Huddersfield Giants Super League rugby club and Huddersfield Town FC. Davy is chairman of both clubs.

Davy says: “This move will more than double the amount of quality office space available to us and ensure that we are able to continue to deliver the very best in compliance services to our member firms.”

Galpharm Stadium Com- pany managing director Ralph Rimmer says: “We are deligh- ted to have an organisation of the calibre of SimplyBiz as tenants and are confident that they will make full use of the ultra-modern offices and the stadium’s many facilities.”

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