Fast expanding Newcastle IT recruitment firm SearchBI is linking up with Campus North in a new move to showcase the growth and quality of the North East’s technology industry.
‘Raspberry Pi’s with SearchBI’ is being held at local technology hub Campus North – dedicated to supporting start-ups – in central Newcastle as part of the firm’s vision to engage with the wider North East technology community.
The initiative forms part of the firm’s commitment to showcasing the capabilities of technology and providing a networking and skill building opportunity for regional IT talent.
Some of the region’s biggest sector names are set to be at the event, which is aimed at those working from junior web developers through to specialists in high level Python computer programming.
These will include various large technology firms and smaller digital companies alongside individuals and junior developers, as SearchBI directors Richard Deas and Mark Harbottle look to build relationships with other new technology companies.
SearchBI, which is targeting a turnover of £1m and 10 consultants by the end of 2016, specialises in niche IT recruitment, supplying developers, consultants, project managers, business analysts and sales and account management executives to specialist markets throughout the UK.
This includes recruiting for professionals skilled in QlikView data visualisation technologies and those experienced in Business Intelligence systems.
Mark Harbottle said: “We are seeing strong growth in the North East technology sector that’s underpinned by a hot-bed of highly skilled, creative and talented people.
“Raspberry Pi will be an opportunity to promote Campus North while enabling us to show how we are helping to find and recruit the talent the sector needs to secure and sustain future growth.”
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