razorblue managing director Dan Kitchen introduces the 17th issue of Tees Business…
With Brexit on the horizon, there’s been some uncertainty in the air, but it’s fantastic to see some huge investment in major projects including the Durham Tees Valley Airport 2020 masterplan, the South Tees Development Corporation site, MGT Power and Sirius Minerals site.
It’s great to see businesses prosper in our area, and investment in services which will benefit the people of the Tees region.
It was an especially proud moment for me when razorblue expanded again earlier this year.
With our offices in Wynyard, Catterick, Leeds and London, we have now opened an office in Manchester, welcoming 10 new team members.
This is part of our long-term strategy to build a business that is headquartered in the North-East, but serves the whole country.
I always say to people that working in the technology industry is somewhat of a thankless task. Most of the time our clients contact us because something isn’t working.
But I’m glad to say that there is a real sense of achievement in the business at the moment, with some huge projects being successfully delivered and clients very grateful for our efforts.
It’s a great achievement for the razorblue team to still be growing by over 30% year on year.
We, like you, want to bring business back to the Tees Valley. We really want to highlight the fact that businesses from our region can do it better than anywhere else in the UK, including London.
The effects of Brexit will become apparent over the coming months, but with businesses in the Tees region sticking together and highlighting it as a hub for international trade, we can prosper together.
The positive vibe you feel when visiting other businesses around our region is certainly reflected in the pages of Tees Business.
We’re delighted to support this publication and share our success stories along with many others.
Managing director, razorblue