Leading mobile technology group, Apadmi, has opened up a second Manchester office in the newly-refurbished Federation House as part of its major growth plans.
Currently based in MediaCityUK, Apadmi is making this strategic move not only to be closer to key customers in Manchester, but also to its newest investments – such as JigTalk, the latest addition to the dating app industry.
Seeking out exciting start-ups and partnerships is the aim of the company’s investment arm, Apadmi Ventures.
Being closer to the action in one of the country’s most tech-innovative cities, Apadmi hopes that this new office on Federation Street will help them to develop this rapidly-growing part of the business.
Aside from Ventures, the expansion news follows the successful launch of two other consolidated Group functions – business-focussed Apadmi Enterprise, and the research and development arm, Apadmi Labs.
Commenting on the expansion, Apadmi chairman Garry Partington, said: ‘We’re very excited to be setting up shop in Federation House. It’ll enable our team to build even stronger working relationships with several of our key clients, but also provide us with more opportunities to collaborate with some of Manchester’s finest emerging talent.’
The new office is another achievement for Apadmi, topping of its successful year so far with three award wins, including Best App at the Northern Digital Awards 2017, and another three nominations on the horizon.
It has also received recognition in three well established lists as best-in-class technology vendors, including Clutch’s UK App Development Leader’s Matrix, and one of the top 20 digital agencies in the north by Prolific North.