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50 jobs to be created as Cheltenham firm relocates to Gloucester Quays

A financial services firm from Cheltenham has revealed it is about to move its headquarters to Gloucester Quays - and create 50 jobs.

Health insurance broker Switch Health works with major health insurers like Bupa, Aviva, AXA and Vitality and specialises in finding clients the best private health deals in the UK.

The move is due to take place in December.

Dan Parker, director of Switch Health said, "We are delighted to be moving our offices to the Quays, there is a lot of exciting developments happening there right now."

"In the last year we have rapidly expanded our business and are now looking to grow our team too.

"We will be recruiting several senior members of staff as well as 20 new sales advisers, with plans to expand our team further in the near future."

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