A Sheffield software development and technology consultancy, has moved in to its first office – located at OXO House in Sheffield – following unprecedented demand for its services after one year in business.
The new 1,900 sq ft office space, located in the heart of Sheffield beside the River Don, will house the firms recently expanded team of six, and will allow the continued growth of its workforce.
Launched in 2019, The Curve offers a wide range of services from expert advice, effective training, hands-on-delivery and cloud migration solutions; to support their clients in building and running their business more effectively and efficiently.
Founders and industry experts Paul and James Ridgway – known previously for building and running the UK’s most successful Global Telematics Platform – have already amassed an impressive national client base across a wide range of sectors including financial, legal, health, education and the arts.
To celebrate its first-year success, The Curve will be hosting an informal networking event on Wednesday, March 4, for its existing and potential client base.
The Curve’s CEO Paul Ridgway said: “The past twelve months has been a bit of a roller coaster, but we have survived, and built some quality relationships which has allowed us to grow and form excellent partnerships.
“In less than a year we’ve grown to a team of six and by the end of the next financial year we want to have grown to a team of ten. This will let us to grow into a well-established SME, allowing us to provide good-quality jobs where the employees have the opportunity to develop.”
Business development director Melise Jones said: “The skillset of our team has proved to be our biggest asset in getting the firm off the ground, both Paul and James have impressive credentials which allow them to nurture the business and our clients, helping provide the best and most practical solutions.”