UK-born VAD IntY has expanded its operations into North America, opening a new office in Nebraska.
The Bristol-based distie has hired two members of staff and is currently recruiting people for sales and development positions to grow its Nebraska team.
The company claimed that the move is a reaction to increasing demand from US customers for its services.
With the office opening, intY is responding to a growing demand for its services across North America, and members of intY's UK-based team will also be given the opportunity to travel to the new office for a six-week orientation, before relocating to the US.
"Following years of successful growth at intY, we are very excited to announce the opening of a new office in the US," stated Craig Joseph, intY CEO.
"We have identified a growing requirement for our services in North America in recent months and are delighted to not only be at the point where we need to expand our operations but also offer our UK team a unique opportunity to experience life in the US for themselves.
"Having a dedicated base in Nebraska will enable us to be much more collaborative and give us greater capacity to work with customers more closely.
"We see the region as a core part of our strategy as a business and this office is a commitment to the US market, and our customers, partners and staff."
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