Claims Consortium Group is celebrating 21 years in business this month.
Jeremy Hyams, CEO, set up the insurance claims handling firm back in 1996 with just three members of staff. The company now has over 300 staff across four offices, the majority residing in Somerset.
The firm celebrated its birthday on Thursday (1 June) with a giant cake and party bags – enough for the entire team to join in with the celebrations.
Commenting on the company’s achievements, Jeremy Hyams said: “Looking back over the last 21 years we really have come a long way and achieved so much, and I’m extremely proud to be at the helm of this great company.
“Our goal to provide excellent customer service has never changed, and we are constantly working and innovating to make sure we achieve that goal. The hard work of our staff over the years has resulted in a number of accolades, the pinnacle being a Queen’s Award for Enterprise this year.”
Claims Consortium Group’s Head of Technical, Tom Burroughs, has been appointed to a senior technical role on the board of trustees for Taunton-based charity Stand Against Violence.
Claims Consortium CEO Jeremy Hyams has pledged to actively support the work of the Institute of Customer Service in his role as Vice President.
As part of our annual staff and supplier awards we were proud to be officially presented with our Queen’s Award for Enterprise, by Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Somerset, Mrs Annie Maw.