Chemical labelling firm Hibiscus completes major renovation of its Yorkshire offices
The Leeds-based firm, which employs 40 people, completed an overhaul of its offices, focusing on creating an environment that fosters creativity, teamwork, and customer engagement.
The work included creating a new Print Demo Room. This dedicated space is open to all new and potential customers, providing them with an opportunity to experience the firm’s range of print solutions firsthand.
In a statement, the comapny said: “Here, customers can explore various print materials, finishes, and techniques whilst our knowledgeable staff is available to guide them through the print process, answering questions and offering expert advice.
"We believe that this interactive experience not only showcases our print solutions but also serves as a platform for creative collaborations and idea generation.”
In addition to the Print Demo Room, the renovated offices feature comfortable areas for collaboration, brainstorming, and relaxation.
Hibiscus said it prioritised employee well-being, incorporating contemporary designs, ergonomic workstations, and natural lighting throughout the workspace.
The business also completed an extensive roofing project to integrate solar panels into its factory building.
It said: “The extensive factory renovation marks a significant milestone in Hibiscus’s journey towards sustainability and we firmly believe that every step we take towards minimising our environmental impact makes a genuine difference.”
It added: “As Hibiscus moves forward, we remain committed to investing in innovative technologies and sustainable initiatives and will continue to explore ways to reduce waste, conserve resources, and positively contribute to the communities in which we operate.”