Global IT firm Bam Boom Cloud has opened its new HQ in Derby City Center, UK.
Following their MBO in March 2021, the company has gone from strength to strength, expanding from 90 to 120 employees in less than a year, and today the UK team at Bam Boom Cloud are thrilled to have a city centre address to call home.
Bam Boom Cloud Chairman Brett Critchley, said “this is such a positive move for us coming into Derby City Centre. The buzz throughout our business is infectious. We can all see the huge plans for this amazing city, and I am so excited to have Bam Boom Cloud as part of it.
With support from Marketing Derby and Derby City Council, Bam Boom Cloud has renovated the previously empty building at 10 Wardwick, transforming it into an innovative and modern space that supports the new reality of post-pandemic hybrid working.
The building has been completely redesigned, creating a floor of hot desks and breakout workspaces, and a floor for meeting rooms and individual call pods. The space encourages collaborative working while supporting the need for the team to make calls with clients and their global colleagues.
Phase 2 of the new office will be completed in March, creating a ground floor social and events space, with additional working areas as the business continues to grow.
During the new office’s construction, the team have made use of various temporary office spaces around Derby, most recently on Pride Park where we have been supported by East Midlands Chamber.
CEO Vicky Critchley adds “our business began in Derby so there was no question over where our Global HQ would be located. Our team love the additional benefits of being located in the city centre, and we can’t wait to welcome our global colleagues to this great city!”
Bam Boom Cloud are IT experts with over 25 years of experience, simplifying Microsoft cloud technology so small and medium businesses can grow strong, fast. www.us.bamboomcloud.com
Brett Critchley, Chairman, Bam Boom Cloud
Dr John Forkin MBE, Marketing Derby
Vicky Critchley, CEO, Bam Boom Cloud
Paul Simpson, CEO, Derby City Council