Business in Top 100 list
EDUCATION finance specialist HCSS Education has made the Sunday Times list of Top 100 Small Companies to Work For in its first year of entering.
The company, based at Tytherington Business Park, was congratulated on the ranking as well as its continued success by the MP for Macclesfield David Rutley, who learned about the work the company does at the recent jobs fair at Macclesfield College.
At a meeting with the company’s chief executive and founder, Howard Jackson, Mr Rutley discussed the work the business is doing to support thousands of schools across the country by providing software, training and consultancy services.
HCSS employs more than 80 people and seeks to add value to schools through its experience and knowledge of the education sector, ensuring that schools, academies and local authorities have the tools, support and guidance needed for effective financial management.
Its involvement in education finance spans more than 30 years, including work in the primary, secondary and special sectors incorporating all aspects of financial support.
The business also has strong expansion plans, which were outlined to Mr Rutley at the meeting.
Speaking after the meeting, he said: “I was very pleased to visit HCSS Education, and find out about this exciting local success story.
“It is clear that the business is working hard to make a real difference to schools nationwide, while at the same time helping to boost the local economy.
“I wish Howard and his team every success with their expansion plans.”