LeadByte Rehomes to Recruit
A Middlesbrough based company that has plans to expand to the USA later this year, has invested in its North East office to ensure it is well positioned to accommodate growth both sides of the pond.
LeadByte is a Lead Management Platform used by B2C marketers to Capture, Validate, Distribute and Nurture leads in real-time.
Used Globally by 200+ customers, LeadByte is regarded a market leader in its industry, and the team in Middlesbrough are delighted to be now settled in a brand new office in Commerce House in the heart of Middlesbrough.
Started in 2013 by Co-Founders Anthony Burgin and Jamie Solomons. LeadByte now has a team of 12 split between Chester and Middlesbrough, and intends to create more jobs in the North East region where the tech team are based. Anthony said:
“LeadByte was founded on the basis that other solutions were expensive; with setup fees and 12 month contracts. With this barrier to entry (especially for start ups), we wanted to solve this problem. It was disruptive at the time, but it worked with our innovative approach paying off!”
Commerce House is a Grade II listed building in the TS1 postcode which has undergone a £1.2m investment making it one of the leading and most luxurious business communities in the region. Facilities manager, Christine Huntington, said:
“LeadByte is exactly the kind of company our amazing facilities work well for. They are forward thinking, fast growing and need reliable, comfortable and impressive surroundings. We are delighted they have joined us, and look forward to seeing them flourish in their new home.”
“Commerce House is a breath of fresh air. The facilities are fantastic and the other companies within the building provide a great sense of community. It’s location serves us well for our recruitment plans.”
Commerce House is nearly at capacity, with the last few areas of office space proving popular. The community also offers meetings space for tenants and guests to hire, event space, virtual tenancy, hot desking and coworking space.
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