An eGaming company's new headquarters building on the outskirts of Douglas shows its long-term commitment to the Isle of Man and its community.
That's according to the head of Celton Manx, Bill Mummery, whose firm is behind SBOBET.
The company has moved from a former church in Castletown to the purpose-built facility near Spring Valley.
Mr Mummery says the new HQ is also ready to accommodate the planned expansion of Celton Manx (listen to audio file below):
The new headquarters building is being officially opened this evening (Tuesday), with Tony Brown, the outgoing chief minister, unveiling a commemorative slate plaque.
(Picture: Mr Mummery, on the left, accepts the keys to Celton House from managing director of Dandara Commercial Seamus Nugent, last month).