July 8, 2010 1.21 pm This story is over 160 months old

IT firm moves into new offices

Moving up: Faced with increased demand, a Lincoln IT and Web consultancy company moved into new, bigger offices.

A Lincoln IT and Web consultancy firm moved into their new offices this week, following expansion due to increased demand for its services.

360e moved into their new offices at The Point Business Park in Weaver Road last Friday, from their previous location at Oak House in Waterside South..

Company directors Sue Gordon (far right) and John Owens (far left) inaugurated their new premises on July 2, when Kirton Lindsey Mayor Billy Boyd (second from right) cut the ribbon.

“Our new premises, with their brilliant new training facility, easy access, and parking, will enable us to further expand our training services to Lincolnshire businesses,” said John Owens.

360e provide IT and Web consultancy for companies across the county. The company has also been awarded Approved Supplier status for the Armed Forces resettlement training programme.

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