IT firm opens in Sheffield and commits to creating up to 150 jobs

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Steve Robinson

IT services and consulting business Littlefish has opened a new service centre in Steel City House in Sheffield and committed to creating up to 150 jobs in the city in 2020.

The Nottingham-headquartered firm has customers across six continents and works in seven languages.

The Sheffield office will offer a range of services, ranging from assistance with managing IT and cyber security to cloud services and IT consultancy.

Steve Robinson, chief executive and co-founder at Littlefish said: “The decision to expand our footprint in the UK and open a second major service centre here in Sheffield was due to the exceptional levels of digital talent in the city and the surrounding areas, the fantastic transport links, and the superb universities, but also because Sheffield is a creative and vibrant city that we feel has a huge amount to offer our people.

“It will be a real pleasure to meet new and existing customers along with suppliers, partners, colleagues and potential colleagues to celebrate the commitment we have made in Sheffield and of course in the long-term success of Littlefish.”

To celebrate its launch in Sheffield, Littlefish will be holding an ‘open house’ event in the coming weeks.