Category: Companies

Keebles LLP sponsors Sheffield Digital

The Sheffield law firm is the newest company to join us as an Associate Sponsor.

Keebles LLP was established in Sheffield over 200 years ago and now has more than 200 employees, 27 partners and offices in Sheffield, Doncaster and Leeds. The firm’s commercial division takes a sector-based approach, with the creative and digital industries making up one of its specialist areas. We are delighted to welcome Keebles to Sheffield

Company profile: The Tech Dept

A new name, a new approach and a new focus on Sheffield. We chatted to The Tech Dept to see how it’s all going.

Founders of The Tech Dept, Dan Kirby and Rick Grundy launched their business in 2004 with an email software product. Dan was also running a branding agency and after a couple of years his two companies found mutual ground. The Tech Dept (then just ‘Tech Dept’) began to service clients with creative digital marketing solutions

Sheffield’s AMT secures $5.2m funding

Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) has received a huge funding boost to develop and accelerate sales of its 3D printing post production technologies.

Additive Manufacturing Technologies Ltd (AMT) produce fast, high quality and low-cost post processing solutions for 3D printed parts. The company has successfully completed Series A funding led by DSM Venturing, the venture capital arm of Royal DSM, and Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund, the collaboration between Foresight Group LLP (Foresight) and the venture arm of

Quarterly Briefing Q2 2019: Focus – The “Four Pillars” of Sheffield’s Digital Tech Identity

The focus of this edition of the Quarterly Briefing is on what is unique about Sheffield's digital technology industry and which 'verticals' we have particularly strengths in.

Sheffield has a long history of computing and applied software development stretching back decades. Indeed, The University of Sheffield was one of the very first educational institutions in the world to offer Software Engineering as an undergraduate degree in the 1980s, and the city has been fertile ground for collaborations between academia and industry in