High-growth technology consultancy 6point6 has opened its new office in Leeds, its first office outside London, with a three-strong team from its Cloud Gateway division and has ambitions to grow it to 20, comprising locally recruited experts in networking and devops. 6point6 has a total workforce of over 100.
Neil Briscoe, co-founder of 6point6’s Cloud Gateway business unit and Leeds native, commented: “The over-riding reason for choosing Leeds is that it’s the right place for 6point6 to find the skills needed to grow its service and development teams quickly and with the best people. We’re starting with just a handful of staff here, but we aim to create a lot of high-quality jobs here in the next couple of years to meet the demands of our business growth.
“Many other technology businesses have chosen Leeds as their base, giving us an opportunity to learn, cross-sell and collaborate with them. As a proud Leeds native, I’m fully aware of the potential of Leeds to play a leading role in the ‘northern powerhouse’, which will be driven by 21st century digital businesses like 6point6,” he added.
6point6 provides business solutions underpinned with cutting-edge technology and agile delivery methods. It enjoys a strong reputation across the government, financial services and media sectors, providing both strategic IT advice and project delivery.
6point6 has taken up space in Wellington Place, Leeds.
Founded in 2012, 6point6 is an independent technology consultancy focused on delivering business value-driven solutions underpinned by cutting-edge technology and agile delivery methods. 6point6 enjoys a strong reputation across the government, financial services and media sectors both for the high quality of its strategic IT advice and for its programme delivery.
"The over-riding reason for choosing Leeds is that its the right place for 6point6 to find the skills needed to grow its service and development teams quickly and with the best people. "
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