(L-R):Anthony Harvey, sales director, Andrew Mason, co-founder, Robin Hill co-founder, Gavin Watson, technical director.
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Leeds cybersecurity firm moves offices after 60 per cent rise in revenue

A cybersecurity consultancy has secured the top floor of newly refurbished offices in Leeds city centre following a 60 per cent rise in revenue.

Pentest People has moved all its 70 strong team from existing premises at Round Foundry, Leeds which they have occupied for over twenty years but outgrown the space.

Andrew Mason, co-Founder of Pentest People, said: “Despite economic challenges of the last few years we have enjoyed major growth within the business including a new technical office in Cheltenham.

“We have introduced new products including SecureGateway for homeworkers, a Dark Web Monitoring service and the Pentest People Red Team Assessment service. The business has grown considerably in recent months with projected growth dictating that we needed to move our headquarters quickly.

“We are really pleased to secure our new home at The Coach Works Leeds that is ideally located in the heart of Leeds’ Tech Hub and close to the train station. The refurbishment is exceptional with the top floor providing an inspiring workspace with cathedral like features.”

The Coach Works is the result of major investment by Regional REIT to transform over 41,000 sq ft of workspace that was formerly known as Chancellor Court at 21 The Calls, Leeds.

The development is made up of two buildings, with current occupiers including St James Place Wealth Management. It is located in an area now recognised as the Tech Hub of Leeds City Centre.

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