NoBlue moves into new larger premises

21st July 2015

NoBlue, Nottingham-based cloud software provider, today announced that as a result of continued and consistent growth, it has relocated to a new larger premises in Nottingham.

The new office is located on the H2O Business Park within a mile of Junction 27 of the M1, and close to Nottingham city centre and East Midlands Airport. This places it perfectly at the heart of the country to serve its UK-wide and growing European client base. -Our continued growth is a testament to the hard work of all team members. The move to larger offices is not only necessary to continue our rapid growth, but also benefits our clients and the team directly, through more available working space, the addition of collaborative project rooms, meeting rooms and training rooms. said Ian Irwin, Managing Director at NoBlue. As UK cloud adoption continues to increase and more businesses make the switch to cloud-based software solutions, NoBlue is predicting further growth and for this reason, has purchased a property that can accommodate future expansion

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