Fast-growing software start-up takes first office in Sheffield

A software and technology firm has moved in to its first office in Sheffield following soaring demand after one year in business.

Monday, 16th March 2020, 1:17 pm

The Curve is in OXO House on the Wicker after expanding to a team of six, with more jobs on the horizon.

Founders Paul and James Ridgway – who was a founding member of Sheffield driver tracking company The Floow – have already signed clients across sectors including financial, legal, health, education and the arts.

Chief executive Paul said: “The past twelve months has been a bit of a roller coaster, but we have survived, and built some quality relationships which has allowed us to grow and form excellent partnerships.

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“In less than a year we’ve grown to a team of six and by the end of the next financial year we want to have grown to a team of 10.

“This will let us to grow into a well-established SME, allowing us to provide good-quality jobs where the employees have the opportunity to develop.”

Business development director Melise Jones added: “The skillset of our team has proved to be our biggest asset in getting the firm off the ground, both Paul and James have impressive credentials which allow them to nurture the business and our clients, helping provide the best and most practical solutions.”