Made Tech has announced the opening of a new base in Wales as part of its regional growth strategy.
Jane Imrie

London tech delivery specialist opens second regional office in six months

A London-based public sector technology specialist has expanded its UK footprint with the launch of a new regional office.

Made Tech has announced the opening of a new base in Wales as part of its regional growth strategy.

Founded in 2012, Made Tech initially specialised in supporting startups to build products using lean and agile principles. Since 2016, the company has focused on working with public sector organisations.

Situated in IndyCube Swansea Central, the new office office will support the firm’s ambition to grow its business across Wales and the South West.

The firm, which already had offices in London and Manchester, launched its Bristol office earlier this year.

Made Tech’s chief executive officer, Rory MacDonald, commented: “We’re delighted to be opening our new office in Swansea, which will not only help us to better serve our existing clients in the region but also the new ones we expect to partner with in the future.

“We launched our Bristol office in early 2020 and the addition of our new Swansea office demonstrates the commitment we are making to the South-West and Wales, both in terms of the public sector organisations we work with and the local community that we aim to create new jobs for.”

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