New HQ in Glasgow
Two take on new roles as Be-IT moves office
The investment of more than £100,000 in a 1,750sqft office in central Glasgow, will bolster plans to capitalise on tech industry growth in Ireland and north-west England.
Be-IT, predicted to achieve a turnover in excess of £12m in its fourth full year of trading, has undergone a management restructure with Nikola Kelly promoted to managing director and Gareth Biggerstaff CEO.
Mr Biggerstaff said: “The new Glasgow office really is a significant landmark in the journey of the business. The new facility will allow us to cement our position in Scotland and aid our expansion plans into Ireland.
“November was a landmark month for us as turnover exceeded £1m for the first time, which reflects the buoyancy of the market.
“We are a young business and our strategy is always to expand and scale as we operate, the time is now right for us to take the next step.”