iFace Group, founded in 2017, has announced it now exists as a parent company aiming to deliver the best possible business practice for all. Having acquired Selective Networks in September 2017, iFace set out to continue building and happily made their 2nd acquisition in April this year, welcoming Artriom to the family.
As of April 30th, Company Directors Richard Bye and Tim Branton joined forces with iFace and Selective’s Director’s Roger Gooden and Jonathan Rutter to continue the group’s journey. Artriom specialises in Business Collaboration Solutions with a particular focus on IBM’s products. This combination is sure to spark genius and already, the companies are working towards their fully integrated IT and Telecoms packages for business, which they aim to have available later in the year.
From 2 people to a team of 20 in one year means desk space has become scarce! iFace and Selective Networks have settled at their additional residence in the heart of Leeds city center, ready for their next ventures. Their very own branded headset company, Go Get Headsets is also set to launch in the final quarter of the year, offering a tailored service to find the perfect headset for business.
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