The Leeds-based pure technology group (ptg) has announced the opening of a new London office.
Bosses at ptg have decided to set up shop in the capital on the back of a successful year that saw the IT solutions provider recording more than £5m worth of organic growth.
Three staff have already been recruited to take charge of the London operation, with further new team members due to be hired over the next few months as the firm closes in on a £40m revenue target.
Group chief operating officer Cliff Fox said: “With 50 per cent of our customer base made up of national – and international – brands, the London presence will allow us to be physically closer to some of our customers, as well as the prospective organisations we’re currently in talks with.
“There are some game-changing innovators in the South too, so as we look to expand our product and service offering, it’s also important that we’re closer to potential partners.
“We may be a cutting-edge tech business, but we believe in developing strong human relationships too – this has been key to our success to date and we’re not about to change a model that we know really works.”
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