THE VIRTUAL FORGE (VF) IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE CREATION OF THE VIRTUAL FORGE CANADA, BASED IN ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND.
An innovation-led software company headquartered in the UK with trading companies in Portugal and the United States, The Virtual Forge provides a full range of technology services across design, development, data intelligence and cloud services.
With the continued company growth, The Virtual Forge is focusing on a dynamic plan to further support clients by future-proofing the technology and services on offer. With offices in some of the hottest locations for tech and Saas companies worldwide, including London, Lisbon and Philadelphia, Newfoundland was the natural progression for the tech-savvy, forward-thinking team behind the new office.
Known as an up-and-coming hotbed for technology innovations, Newfoundland is attracting big players in the technology industry. At the same time, the long-standing energy sector located there has created an innovative and dynamic resource pool of potential VF'ers. What's even better is that this is being supplemented by government and education policies resulting in the significant attraction of worldwide tech talent to Newfoundland and an ever-increasing set of forward-thinking residents.
VF CO-CEO Garrett Doyle, who is a Newfoundlander, has led the expansion into Canada has said, "VF is excited to be in Canada, it's my home, but it's also perfectly positioned in North America but that little bit closer to the Europe times zone to make collaboration a little bit more effective".
VF are no strangers to a global, hyper-connected working world and have staff situated across many time zones. By nature, cloud services, data intelligence and design tend to be at the forefront of innovation. VF is incredibly passionate about this side of the business and improving communications at every opportunity.
With people located all around the world, events that deep-dive into everything from Design Sprints to Microsoft Power BI to solving problems with data, VF are eager to share their wealth of knowledge and help drive forward innovation - whether that's in their client portfolio or even in their brand-new neighbourhood, Newfoundland, Canada.
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