Marketing manager Robert Bowstead in the new Carbon DMP office.
Jane Imrie

AI data firm to double North East workforce with tech hub move

A data management platform has announced plans to double its North East workforce with its relocation to an emerging tech hub in the region.

Carbon DMP has relocated to a 5,000 sq ft unit in Middlesbrough’s Quarter Enterprise Zone at the town’s regenerated Albert North development.

The Clicksco-owned firm has moved from its former base in Cleveland Business Centre to the office in SIXTEEN26 building to support further growth plans, aiming to double its headcount by 2020.

Specialising in AI-driven data management, the firm hopes that moving to the town’s new business quarter and expanding operations, in addition to offering flexible working and wellbeing amenities, will help to attract new hires from the region’s “rich talent pool”.

Pete Danks, divisional CEO at Carbon DMP, commented: “Innovation is central to everything we do - we’re lucky to have some of the best creative minds in the sector developing our industry-leading technologies and as such, we recognise the importance of ensuring they have the optimal environment to thrive.”

“Innovating in this way is the key to our success, as demonstrated by our raft of new appointments and active recruitment strategy, which supports our ambitious plans to double our headcount by the end of 2020.”

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