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Telford’s Digiland celebrates ninth anniversary

Jaydee Park, managing director of Digiland Ltd cuts the cake with his wife Heon surrounded by their staff

Jaydee Park, managing director of Digiland Ltd cuts the cake with his wife Heon surrounded by their staff

Staff and suppliers of a Telford business enjoyed a two-day event to celebrate the company’s success on its ninth anniversary.

More than 200 people enjoyed the two-day spectacular at Digiland Ltd on Stafford Park 12 this weekend to mark the company’s achievement which has seen turnover rise to £19million.

Jaydee Park, director of Digigroup Ltd who employs 70 people, said both the corporate golf day at The Shropshire Golf Centre on Saturday followed by the family fun day and barbecue on Sunday were a great success and a perfect way to thank his staff and suppliers.

“The success of Digiland Ltd over the last nine years is down to my dedicated workforce so every year I ensure I mark their work with this special anniversary weekend.
“We enjoyed great food, entertainment from young talented dancers from Telford Street Dance, sport competitions and a great opportunity for others to network,” Mr Park said.

He also officially launched his latest company Digiland LED at the anniversary celebrations where he welcomed Insik Ryoo, who flew in from Korea for the event. Mr Ryoo is the director of POSCO Ltd which will be supplying the LED products for Digiland LED making the Telford firm the exclusive UK supplier of the POSCO product.

“Twelve months on from now I hope to be recording the successful first year of Digiland LED and within three years will be the biggest LED supplier in the UK.

“This in turn will create more jobs as the new contracts are secured,” Mr Park said.

He will be specialising in LED lighting for the commercial sector but will also be making them accessible to domestic customers. He is also hoping to work with councils across the UK in order to transform street lighting to LED.

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