Cobweb officially launches London office

Ross MacKenzie
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Cobweb London Office

Last week, we joined other successful technology experts as Cobweb officially opened its fantastic new office in the hustle and bustle of Canary Wharf, London. We hosted a small event to not only mark the celebration of moving into our prestigious new offices in the iconic One Canada Square tower but, we are also commemorating 18 years of Cobweb Solutions. Therefore, it seemed fitting to share a few drinks with some of the people that helped us to get to where we are today. The event consisted of a selection of speakers covering the latest cloud trends:

  • Paul Hannam, Cobweb CEO covered What is a ‘Cobweb’

  • Clare Barclay, Microsoft SMS&P General Manager spoke about Cobweb in the Microsoft World 

  • Brent McCarty, Ingram Micro UK MD discussed Cloud Technology and Cobweb – the power of strategic partnerships

  • Julian Dyer, Cobweb CTO finished off the event covering the future of technology and your business.

Following the speeches, everyone went to tour the new office, explore our new Cobweb App, and toast the opening of the office with our colleagues in our Fareham Office via our Lync Room system.

We had a great time sharing the launch of our London office with some of our customers and partners. We would like to welcome anyone that wants to pop up and see us, to have a look and discuss what the Cobweb cloud can offer.

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