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THE SUCCESS of a North East cutting edge digital design and development company has led to a recruitment drive.
Climb, based at Gateshead’s Northern Design Centre, is leading the way in custom innovative web solutions which it believes is the next generation of online design and development.
And to cope with the demand for its services, Climb is now looking to recruit a range of skilled developers.
The company has been in operation for almost ten years and has recently become part of one of the UK’s leading print organisations, Precision Proco Group, formed by the merger of Sunderland and London-based Precision Printing, Proco from Sheffield and Nottingham print company, Prime Group.
Climb has a long relationship with the company’s successful online and upload print portal, Where The Trade Buys, and has created a number of trailblazing solutions which have put WTTB ahead of its competition.
And the merger is good news for Climb, which now becomes part of one of the UK’s largest and most progressive print organisations.
Managing Director, Chris Henderson, said the volume of work and the speed at which the company is developing new products means it needs to increase its staffing.
“We’re initially looking for around four new people to join the team at what is a very exciting time because we are pushing the boundaries and working on some really cutting edge products,” said Chris.
Those products include new API applications plus a number of new products – currently under wraps – which will be later this year/2021 which will have a huge impact on selling print products online.
“We have been involved with Where The Trade Buys from the very start before it was taken over by Precision years ago and we have been an integral part of its growth,” said Chris.
“It’s an amazingly successful portal because it is simple to use with so many functions and makes buying print easy.”
Recent developments by Climb for the site is the introduction of split delivery via the website – considered the “holy grail” by companies which need to have their printed products sent to a range of different addresses.
“We are working on some really brilliant projects and it’s a very exciting time for the company,” said Chris.
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