Part of The Virtual Forge strategy for growth has consistently centred on establishing a presence in some of the hottest locations for technological companies around the world.
Essentially, future-proofing our capacity to deliver value by strategically positioning ourselves in close proximity to our clients - both existing and potential. And 2024 is starting with a major step in that direction, building on the momentum of an incredible 2023.
The Virtual Forge is delighted to announce the opening of two new offices—one in Reading and another in Philadelphia. The offices represent The Virtual Forge third newly opened locations within the last year, bringing its total footprint to six strategic locations.
Fueling this expansion is essentially a plan to not only grow headcount in key departments, such as sales, but also accommodate different teams in highly targeted locations, further strengthening our presence in the United Kingdom and North America.
We are excited about the expansion and the strategic positioning of our new offices.These strategic locations underscore our commitment to growth and client proximity.
says Garrett Doyle, The Virtual Forge Co-CEO
The new office in Reading is located in the heart of Winnersh Triangle, in a tech hub buzzing with fast-growing companies.
In an effort to complement The Virtual Forge Hatfield office with a more centred location in Philadelphia, the new The Virtual Forge North America working space will be located right in the middle of the John F. Kennedy Boulevard.
Our strategy for 2024 is clear. We want to continue paving our way as data-driven experts, while growing and providing the best services for the ones that trust us. These offices are an important move towards that goal.
A data-driven software company headquartered in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Portugal, The Virtual Forge provides a full range of technology services across software development, data and cloud & DevOps services.
The Virtual Forge is actively recruiting for diverse roles. To discover more about our available positions, take a moment to explore our careers page.
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