Legal tech firm relocates to accommodate expanding team

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by Simon Austin

Legal technology firm mmadigital has relocated its Manchester headquarters to accommodate its rapidly expanding team.

The company’s staff of 22 have move into The Old Church on Albert Hill Street in Didsbury, which can potentially house up to 30 more employees. The Old Church is less than a mile away from mmadigital’s former residence at Didsbury Business Centre.

Dez Derry, CEO at mmadigital, said: “This period of accelerated growth and the office move is really exciting for the business. Finding the right space to accommodate a growing team can be challenging, as any potential headquarters would need to tick all the right boxes.

“Our new premises are a perfect match for our requirements, enabling us to expand our team and create a wealth of new legal career opportunities in Manchester.

“We’re in a strong position to develop the business further as we aim to increase our share of the consumer legal market and apply our proven model to explore new markets geographically.”

The digital marketing specialist for the legal sector is on track for an annual turnover of £4.5m this year and has made several recent appointments.

Shannon Hartin has joined as client development manager and Emma Simms as marketing executive. Other appointments include Cheryl Agberongbe in probation service, Amber Bithell in legal claims, and Iona MacRae, Jehanzeb Hamza, Hirra Murtza and Serish Aslam in mmadigital’s dedicated contact centre.