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31March

The Voice: The Importance of Having Smarter Conversations

By Liam Smith, Consultant, Parseq. The Government’s Smart Meter £11bn programme aims to have electricity and gas smart meters in every UK home by 2020. It’s no mean feat, but utility brands have been quick to respond by rolling out customer education campaigns to communicate the benefits offered by smart meters. But, are brands taking full
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31March

The Pulse: will water deregulation sink or swim?

By Hilary Parry, Sector Director of Utilities, Parseq. Water supply deregulation isn’t new. In 2008 Scotland deregulated its water market and there are whispers that plans for Northern Ireland will be announced shortly. However, news of England’s deregulation plan for April 2017 has once again forced the issue to the forefront – with many questioning
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31March

Our CEO speaks to Professional Outsourcing Magazine

Read what our CEO, Tony Strong, had to say to Professional Outsourcing magazine about his vision for Parseq and his unconventional career route. Strong makes Parseq a force to be reckoned with  Published on 30th March 2016 Tony Strong, chief executive officer of Parseq joined the company in the summer of 2015 and believes its
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30March

On your bikes for the Sport Relief Tour de Parseq

To mark the launch of Sport Relief (18th – 20th March) employees at each Parseq office squeezed into their Lycra and hopped onto the saddle for a cycling challenge with a difference. Travelling over 420 miles in total – the distance from our Glasgow, Sunderland, Rotherham, London to Brighton offices – staff managed to raise
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30March

Parseq to Create 700 Jobs in Sunderland after Multi-Million Pound Boost from New Contracts

Parseq is set for further expansion in Sunderland following a multi-million pound increase in business from contract wins which will see the firm create more than 700 new jobs. The firm, which operates from Doxford International Business Park, has pledged to bolster its 1,000 Sunderland workforce by a further 700 and invest a six figure
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30March

Parseq Bolsters Sunderland Team with Raft of New Appointments

Parseq has kicked off a large scale recruitment campaign with the appointment of six new managers at its 1,000 seat contact centre. The newly created roles of divisional planning manager, head of customer service, commercial finance manager, divisional MI manager and two recruitment managers will be taken by Barry Turnbull, Kelly Graham, Tim Pickering, Stephen
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01March

Celebrating the Big Sixty

Collectively this year two employees, Damien Parr (pictured on the right) and Malcolm Shore (pictured on the left) from our Rotherham office, will celebrate 60 years of service at Parseq.  Damien joined at the age of 16 as part of the Youth Training Scheme and since then has progressed up the ladder to the full-time position
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