Data management platform, Carbon DMP, has relocated to Middlesbrough’s Historic Quarter Enterprise Zone.
It’s moving out of the Cleveland Business Centre, which houses parent company, Clicksco.
Pete Danks, the former Google industry head, who’s now divisional CEO at Carbon DMP explained that the move was driven by innovation:
“Innovation is central to everything we do – we’re lucky to have some of the best creative minds in the sector developing our industry-leading technologies and as such, we recognise the importance of ensuring they have the optimal environment to thrive.”
Currently employing 24 staff, the company aims to double this within the next 18 months.
The new 5,000sq ft space includes a dedicated ‘wellness room’ to stimulate long-term productivity:
“There are plenty of activities for our staff to get involved in such as yoga, table tennis and pool and we’re looking forward to having several new starters join us in the coming weeks,” continued Danks,
“As a champion of wellbeing in the workplace, it’s invigorating to see the positive impact it has on our people – contributing not only to retaining highly-skilled digital experts, but attracting specialists at all levels, whether that’s filling senior technical roles or engaging interns from the region’s rich talent pool. Innovating in this way is the key to our success, as demonstrated by our raft of new appointments and active recruitment strategy, which supports our ambitious plans to double our headcount by the end of 2020.”