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CreditorWatch on the rise and on the move

CreditorWatch is excited to announce the relocation of its Sydney headquarters! After spending close to three years in our current office, we decided it was time to move.  There were three main factors that influenced the move: company culture, space and team collaboration.

In less than 18 months CreditorWatch has grown from a team of 7 to 45. Growing the business has not only accelerated productivity but has allowed us to deliver more to our customers. Our dedicated team will be able to serve you better and our on-going innovation will be maintained from a larger, activity based layout.

On preserving company culture, Colin Porter, managing director at CreditorWatch says “it’s my philosophy that a happy team leads to improved performance and great relationships with clients and prospects. Invest in your team and their environment, and success will come naturally.”

With the establishment of a Perth office and further appointments in our Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne branches, 2016 marks a year of significant growth as we expand our operations across Australia and strive to continue providing the best services to our customers.

CreditorWatch has come a long way since opening its doors in August 2010 and it has certainly been an exciting six years of business development. We would like to thank our valued customers for their loyalty, trust and support through the years. It’s been an incredible journey and the Sydney HQ move signifies the next chapter of what we want to achieve.

The office transition in the Sydney CBD will take place in early December. Please be advised that all forms of contact will remain the same, including our mailing address. If you require any assistance with our services, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly support team on 1300 50 13 12.

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