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For over 30 years, MHR has provided technology-driven talent management, HR and payroll software and services for over 600 organisations, equating to over 10% of the total UK workforce. They work in partnership with businesses to streamline processes and create a strategic HR function, allowing them to realise bottom line benefits.
Founded by Jamie Huskisson, and working unlike any other agency, JH is an award winning ecommerce agency based in the heart of Nottingham’s Creative Quarter. JH only have a few clients at any one time, ensuring they deliver excellent results each time they form a working relationship. They work with clients who have the same mindset and wish to build long term relationships, and together successfully develop roadmaps that ensure clients meet their objectives and goals.
The JH team are active members of Nottingham’s tech and creative communities: they sponsor and host a number of tech events including Nott Tuesday, NottsJS and PHPMiNDS, and the #NottTechParty 2015 saw them announce Design Exchange Nottingham (DXN), a monthly meetup for web designers.
If you haven't been along to DXN yet, it’s at the awesome Antenna every second Wednesday of the month, is open and free to all, and is particularly useful for those working in design or with aspirations to do so. The event attracts a wide range of great speakers from around the East Midlands and further afield, and there are free drinks!
A long time supporter of Tech Nottingham and the wider tech community, Cordius is a Derby based, independent recruitment company, which specialises in providing Expert IT, Engineering, and Supply Chain & Distribution recruitment services to businesses throughout the East Midlands.
Cordius has built up a fantastic reputation based on excellent working relationships with its clients and industry professionals. Justian Blount and his team are familiar and friendly faces at various tech meetups around Nottingham and the East Midlands - sponsoring and attending these events ensures that they are fully immersed in the sector and truly understand what their clients need. They were one of the first companies to start sponsoring local meetups, and have been supporting Tech Nottingham, for example, since 2013!
This will be the second year that Cordius has sponsored the #NottTechParty - the team clearly had a fab time last year! We think the Cordius team are great and we’re very happy that they’re supporting the party again this year - cheers guys!
Esendex is a smart business communication company providing multichannel offerings and bespoke products for a broad range of well-known customers throughout the world, equipping businesses with fast, reliable and cost effective ways of keeping in touch with their customers and staff. It has more than 140 staff globally, operating across Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the USA with offices in the UK, Spain, and Australia, with a head office here in Nottingham.
Esendex was founded in Nottingham 15 years ago and has a modern, forward-thinking, development-led culture. Its state of the art offices in the centre of Nottingham make for a dynamic and cohesive team atmosphere and a dedicated and diligent work ethic. Esendex is passionate about supporting its team, and offers them a great benefits package which ensures that their staff are supported and nurtured - perks include increased annual leave entitlements, birthdays off work and company wide innovation time. As a result, Esendex has been awarded some impressive certifications, including being crowned the 38th best medium sized workplace in the Great Place to Work awards.
The Esendex team are active and supportive members of the local tech community and can be seen regularly at Tech Nottingham and other local events as both speakers and attendees. They sponsor meetups such as Women in Tech and are loyal supporters of larger annual events such as Hack24.
We’re delighted that Esendex has chosen to sponsor the #NottTechParty this year - cheers!
Accelerate Places provides stylish, flexible, customer-focused co-working environments for the UK’s most exciting growth businesses. With access to a wide selection of venture services, backed by the UK’s leading venture builder, and made up of freelancers, start-ups and more established companies, Accelerate Places offers individuals and start-up businesses a fully serviced office infrastructure in an environment that nurtures business growth.
Their Nottingham space was officially opened in September, with special guests including Dan Cobley, former managing director of Google in the UK and who is now one of the lead partners at Blenheim Chalcot. Based in the heart of the city, Accelerate Places Nottingham provides dynamic private office and coworking space for young companies. Home to a number of fast-growing technology companies, including the likes of Cronofy and Bizfitech, the Nottingham venue has been designed to foster growth and collaboration for the next generation of technology businesses.
With plenty of amphitheatre style seating and an onsite cafe selling fantastic food and drink, including 200 Degrees coffee, Accelerate Places Nottingham is a great space for meetups and gatherings, and plays host to the monthly Women in Tech and the new AI meetup.
We’re delighted that Accelerate Places Nottingham has chosen to support the #NottTechParty and we look forward to working with them in the future!
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