Macildowie have been ‘Building Great Futures’ in Leicestershire since 1993. Market Harborough is a market town in the East Midlands on the border of Northamptonshire. With a population of over 24,000, they have many smaller organisations with fewer than 10 employees, but the town is also home to CDS Global's office; a magazine data management company owned by Hearst Corporation, which publishes major magazines, like Cosmopolitan and Esquire.
Market Harborough was founded by the Saxons, and was originally a small village believed to have been named 'hæfera-beorg' meaning 'oat hill'. The market in the town was established in 1204 and has since then, been held on a Tuesday weekly since 1221, which led to the name as it is known.
The town has an abundance of culture and significant places, including RAF Market Harborough which opened in 1943, HMP Gartree, Market Harborough Musical Theatre, and Market Harborough Art Club, as well as being the home to many local sports teams. The town has a hockey club, Market Harborough Hockey Club (MHHC), two football teams, Harborough Town and Borough Alliance, a squash and racketball club, a cricket club with two teams, Market Harborough CC and Harborough South CC, a rugby union team, a golf course, and a leisure centre and gym.