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North Court Reach Expansion Plans for 2009

11September, 2009

North Court now have two offices in London, the first opened on Harley Street in April this year and the company have just opened another office located in the City of London at Tower 42. The decision to open an office at Tower 42 came about so that the company are situated in a prime location to handle the many corporate enquiries the company have been receiving.

Opening the Manchester and Birmingham offices was decided because of the location of the cities, population and the large amount of industries located. There are people, law firms and businesses who will have a need to use the services of a professional investigation company. Before opening an office and deciding on a location lots of market research is carried out to ensure there is sufficient need.

North Court offer a range of services for corporate clients with the most popular being computer forensics, covert surveillance, financial investigations, background checks and electronic debugging. These services can prove very useful to companies that have suspicions regarding staffing issues, safe guarding confidential company information and screening potential employees/senior staff.

The company has many exciting plans for 2010 with at least another 3 offices opening in the first 6 months. As well as opening other offices the Directors are in talks with business associates to discuss the possibility of franchising the business some time during 2010. “Before we start franchising we have to be satisfied that everything is in place to ensure the franchisees are comfortable with the business model. Just as important is making sure that we have the correct systems in place to ensure that we choose the right candidates to become part of the company. Our aim is to ensure that franchise candidates have the best opportunity via out training program and affordable franchise costs to become a professional private investigator” North Court said.