Harrogate District Chamber of Commerce News

Synergy doubles office space to accommodate growth

17 Feb 2019 by Sharon Cain

Multi-award winning Synergy Automotive has doubled the size of its offices as part of a major investment programme to deliver its growth vision.   

The vehicle leasing provider has expanded its Harrogate headquarters at Hornbeam Park to over 5000 sq ft to meet increased customer demand and accommodate its growing 45-strong team.   

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The increase in Synergy’s contemporary office space marks the latest milestone for the business which is recognised by its industry and its clients for consistently delivering an excellent vehicle leasing experience to every customer.

Synergy MD, Paul Parkinson said: “Aligned with our growth ambitions, we are delighted with the additional room to grow which has given us a springboard to further develop our business and maintain our recruitment drive. We recognise our people as crucial to our success, and our extended office space provides a great work environment for our staff to continue to grow with the business.”

2019 is off to a flying start for Synergy which is seeking to achieve tough targets in its continuing community role as a Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries donation station which aims to make cycling more accessible for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

The business - the preferred vehicle leasing partner to Welcome to Yorkshire - is aiming to collect 150 unwanted or unused bikes so children and their families, who otherwise wouldn’t have access to a bike, can borrow them for free.

Synergy welcomes adult and children’s bikes at 12A Hornbeam Park Oval Hornbeam Park offices until March 1. Team members are also picking up cycles from businesses and individuals in local towns across the region, who are unable to get to Synergy’s offices.  

Established in 2006, Synergy is marking its strongest financial year to date. Highlights include being awarded three high-profile honours including  Leasing Broker of the Year,  from trade body the Leasing Broker Federation, increasing its team by 50 per cent - and posting its highest ever turnover.