Electric car subscription business hopes to create more jobs in Warwick after moving its new offices to the town

A electric car subscription service is hoping to create more jobs in Warwick after moving its new offices to the town.

Onto hopes the move will enable it to grow its team from 140 to 250, with many of the new hires based in its new headquarters.
Onto hopes the move will enable it to grow its team from 140 to 250, with many of the new hires based in its new headquarters.

Onto hopes the move will enable it to grow its team from 140 to 250, with many of the new hires based in its new headquarters.

Founded in 2017 by Rob Jolly and Dannan O’Meachair, who studied at the University of Warwick and University of Northampton respectively, Onto has doubled in size every six months and now employs over 140 staff, having grown from 65 just 12 months ago.

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The new office space in Warwick has space for well over 100 employees.

Rob Jolly, CEO and co-founder of Onto, said: “We’ve come a great way over the past five years and this move to our new headquarters comes as a result of our rapid expansion.

"The Midlands has a wealth of talent and is currently seeing huge investment so we’re delighted to continue growing our business in Warwick.”