Due to continuing expansion and growth Vigo recently added to their existing floor space by around 25%. This will allow us to continue to grow and achieve our targets over the next 12-24 months. As usual all our growth is down to our existing clients who do such a good job of referring us and recommending us to others. We thank you!
Vigo were nominated for Business of the year in an awards ceremony that took place on 16th September at Thornton Manor. Representing Vigo were our engineers Thomas Finch and Simon Richardson. It was a rather posh affair with a great atmosphere and exquisite food. Unfortunately, Vigo didn’t win the award, but we would like to extend our congratulations to Joanne Finnerty of Joanne Finnerty Recruitment Ltd for wi
You started as an engineer at Vigo and have worked your way up to management did you find the transition hard? I didn’t find the transition too difficult as I had already managed a lot of larger projects with a team of engineers. It was challenging to let go of a few aspects of my old role as a senior engineer, for example I don’t get to visit clients sites as regularly as I used to which I miss. One fact
How easy/hard was it to set up Vigo? Actually setting up the company and coming up with the ethos and the plan as to how we’d operate was something Mike and I took over a year to plan and talk through. When we came to set the business up it was fairly straightforward to be honest. The first two years of trading were a bit slow as we had to establish ourselves and our reputation and we started with literally no