Notts MP, Lilian Greenwood, visits Littlefish
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Lilian Greenwood, MP for Nottingham South, visited Littlefish’s Nottingham office on 4th April to discuss the organisation’s rapid growth and new hiring opportunities in the local area.
Littlefish are set to hire over 150 new staff across the next year after recently making new senior appointments, including Steve Pell as Operations Director and Sean Tickle as Cyber Services Director. The news follows investment from Bowmark Capital, a leading private equity investment firm specialising in growth companies.
CEO of Littlefish, Steve Robinson, says:
“The business has been on a significant growth journey over the last thirteen years, which has been achieved almost entirely organically. While we anticipate continuing our organic trajectory, we’re also keen to invest in broadening our portfolio, particularly in the fields of DevOps, digital transformation, and data management.
“We are delighted to welcome Lilian Greenwood to our offices in the Lace Market, and to discuss with her our ongoing investment in the local economy. We’re immensely keen to continue employing local talent to become a part of our continued success.”
About her visit, MP, Lilian Greenwood says:
“Littlefish might be one of Nottingham’s best kept secrets; a Nottingham start-up that has grown and now provides IT support services to a huge range of government departments and household name businesses.
“It was great to meet Steve and Mark, hear how Littlefish values its staff, and is committed to creating new jobs and opportunities here in the heart of our city.”
Alongside its recruitment push, Littlefish is also planning to develop its workforce by promoting staff internally and offers its employees the option to gain industry-standard qualifications and career progression through its in-house training academy.