Pacific House offices in Eastbourne has said hello to two new occupiers: care services company Helping Hands Home Care and computer network security firm Path Global UK.
Helping Hands, which has moved into an office on the first floor of the building, is a highly respected, fast-growing provider of in-home support services – from simple companionship to complex, nurse-supported, live-in care.
With 160 regional branches nationwide, the firm has moved its Eastbourne team from a town centre office to Pacific House for better quality premises and the flexibility to expand. The company has office-based staff in the building plus a large team of carers who come and go for meetings and training.
You can see a few of its team members outside their new offices here.
Samantha Gauci, Eastbourne Branch Manager, said:
“Helping Hands is growing rapidly and our ‘hyper-local’ branch approach is vital to ensuring we maintain highly personalised care for people in the community.
“We’re excited about our office move, which enables us to care for more people in the Eastbourne area. We chose Pacific House because of its convenient location, parking, value for money and the high-quality facilities on offer. And we’re now keen to welcome more driven, empathetic staff to join our expanding team here – with roles to suit people from experienced carers to those wanting to start in the profession.”Anyone interested in finding out about care for themselves or a loved one, or opportunities to become a carer, should visit the Helping Hands website at www.helpinghandshomecare.co.uk or call 0333 414 3885.
Path Global UK Ltd has also moved into an office on the first floor of Pacific House.
The company is a new UK subsidiary of Path Network Inc, which – based in Phoenix, Arizona, with another office in Dubai – provides tools to enable companies to protect their computer networks.
With customers including datacentres, web hosting firms and internet service providers, its stated aim is to ‘make the Internet a better, safer place for everyone.’
The company ensures network uptime and safety by effectively ‘filtering’ its customers’ data traffic. With a global capacity to handle 7 terabits per second of traffic, it does this through ‘points of presence’ in datacentres in locations including London, New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, Dubai, Amsterdam, Zurich, Kyiv, Warsaw, Tokyo, Miami and São Paulo.
Eastbourne resident Lee Stubbs has set up the UK business. He is selling the company’s services and will also, within Pacific House, be building specialised computer hardware for its global locations.
Lee Stubbs explained:
“It’s exciting to be launching the UK subsidiary of Path Network. We needed a professional base for our staff and we decided on Pacific House as it was the lightest, most modern building around. It has plenty of space to do what we need with great neighbours and communal areas.”
Anyone interested in Path Global UK’s services should contact the company’s sales team at email@example.com.