The Clicksco team with Teesside University staff.
Jane Imrie

Global firm partners with Teesside University to boost expansion plans

International data firm Clicksco plans to recruit graduates from Teesside University as part of its aim to double in size over the next two years.

Headquartered in Dubai and with offices around the world, the data and AI-driven customer behaviour specialist now has Middlesbrough as its largest site which manages its main customer data platform, Carbon.

As part of its ambitious growth plans Clicksco is looking to grow this base further by collaborating with the university, with over half of its Middlesbrough office already being Teesside University alumni.

Divisional Chief Executive Pete Danks said: “We have a very structured training programme so our interns are able to add commercial value to the business within four weeks.

“These are exciting times for the Middlesbrough office and we’re looking forward to working together with the University to attract the right talent into the business. We use cutting-edge PHP development so this is a fantastic opportunity to help retain key skills within the North East.”

Laura Woods, director of academic enterprise at Teesside University, said: “Having an international company like Clickcso on our doorstep is a fantastic opportunity for our students and graduates.

“We’re very proud to be working alongside Clicksco as they push ahead with their expansion plans and helping them realise their growth plans, particularly around the Carbon Data Management Platform.”

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