Keeping it local is so important.
Liverpool is a city renowned for its rich history, vibrant culture, and thriving community spirit, and it’s important for us to continue to embrace local talent and acknowledge the contribution it has had to its growth.
Here at Ecogee, we have recently been acquired by The Regenda Group and it is vital for us to ensure that the transition doesn’t affect our strong, local workforce – but reinforce it.
We’ve witnessed a significant development in our sustainable construction and energy sector, and this recent acquisition marks an exciting milestone for both companies and the city as a whole.
Liverpool is built on the foundations of great people, and its underlying strength lies in its tight-knit communities, where its residents alike share a passion for where they live. As a business that’s leading the way in greener energy, it is so important to us to employ individuals who have a heartfelt understanding of our areas, culture and a real drive to work in the city they know and love.
Additionally, when employees work closer to their homes, they have more time and energy to invest in their communities, leading to increased civic engagement and a stronger focus on initiatives happening right on their doorstep.
When businesses prioritise local workforces, they foster economic growth by creating job opportunities and generating wealth within the community. By doing so, they provide individuals with a sense of purpose and stability, while also strengthening social cohesion, as it encourages collective pride in the community’s growth and development.
As we move forward, let us celebrate and support businesses that prioritise the wellbeing of local economies and communities. By embracing local workforces, we can forge a path towards a more equitable, sustainable, and prosperous future for all.