Expansion plans ahead

Madelaine Cook

Madelaine Cook

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A PORTSMOUTH-based company has announced that it plans to create 40 new jobs.

Performance improvement and mystery shopping company Douglas Stafford, which has its headquarters at the 1000 Lakeside business centre, in North Harbour, is currently recruiting extra customer service advisors to join its 100-strong team.

They will be based in the firm’s expanding Customer Contact Centre, said centre manager Madelaine Cook, pictured.

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