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Following the company’s recent Queen’s Award for Enterprise win, WorkCast is gearing up for ambitious growth in 2020 - opening 15 new roles across its Sunderland and Seattle offices.
WorkCast, an award-winning online events provider, is ramping up hiring across its sales, technology and events teams. This expansion follows a period of unprecedented growth for the company and the launch of the latest release of their market-leading webinar platform, WorkCast Stratus, in 2019.
WorkCast was recently included in the Northern Tech Top 100 Awards list, which features the fastest-growing technology businesses in the North East of England. This is a testament to WorkCast’s continued success and growing notoriety in the tech industry.
WorkCast CEO Stewart Kibby says: “We are incredibly fortunate to be in the position to expand our workforce at the moment. While we have seen increased interest in online events over the past few months, this growth is really a product of the past 3-4 years of hard work and innovation by the team.”
“In the past 2 years alone, we have increased our overall workforce from 30 to 45, and we are now looking to take that to over 60 employees across three offices. As we expand, it’s important to keep our competitive advantage, which our Sunderland base allows us to do. There is a great talent pool in the North East, and we are excited to be a hub for that talent.”
If you’re interested in joining Team WorkCast, you can check out our careers page.
WorkCast is the leading provider of webinars and virtual events in the UK and US. We began in 2008 as a solution to a problem: how can we make webinars as easy to use and simple to scale as video?
WorkCast has run over 8,000 events for more than 1 million attendees across 20 countries. We have worked with some of the world's fastest-growing companies to deliver robust online event solutions for global audiences. To learn more visit: www.workcast.com.
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