Having outgrown its previous base in the region, IT managed services provider razorblue has relocated its office in Teesside.
The Catterick, North Yorkshire-headquartered company works with more than 500 clients nationwide, and employs more than 140. It operates seven offices nationwide across the North, London and Scotland, and says it is on track to hit a turnover of £13 million this year.
Its new Teesside office is based on the Stockton waterside and has space for 100 employees. It has high speed connectivity, LED lighting and heat recovery for sustainability, and recreation areas for staff.
Dan Kitchen (pictured, left), CEO of razorblue, said: “Having outgrown our previous Teesside base, we took the opportunity to find a space that offered more to our people, too.
“Stockton has excellent transport links, has more in the way of venues for social events for our team, is a far larger premises to support growth, and we are lucky to be able to enjoy a beautiful view of the river.
“We are thrilled to have made this move and look forward to spending many years here as our exciting journey continues.”