Co. Down company expands in London, with expected £1m more revenues

  • Holywood-founded company, 3EN Group Ltd is opening a new London office, which the firm says will bring in an additional £1m in revenues.

    The cloud business solutions firm is bringing four new employees to its expansion at 5 Chancery Lane, London. 

    The new staff officially joined 3EN’s ENCO Consulting Ltd in January 2020. They previously worked at Mazars, the international accounting and advisory firm.

    Six existing staff based in England will move to the new office also, with further office space available as the team continues to grow. In 2019, 3EN Group Ltd said it doubled both staff and turnover, ending the year with 38 staff, and a turnover of £2.2m.

    The company aims to have 60 staff by the end of 2020. It has also recently been awarded 3-star certification as an Oracle NetSuite Partner, having previously won awards as the fastest growing partner in EMEA.

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    Mike Hinton, Managing Director at ENCO Consulting and former Partner at Mazars, said: “3EN Group Ltd’s team are true experts in their field, with an outstanding track record of delivering real solutions for clients across a range of sectors. We’re excited to be part of the business, working from fantastic new offices in the heart of London with a dedicated international service desk and in-house team of software engineers”.

    3EN Group Ltd has additional offices in London, Dublin and Bonn, and comprises of 3EN Cloud Ltd, ENCO Consulting Ltd and ENCO Deutschland GmbH. The organisation has operations across Europe and the US, working with clients such as FitBit, Mile High Labs, AMCS Group and Keyword Studios Ltd.

    The company said it “helps businesses to drive growth, improving efficiency through award-winning client service in conjunction with the world’s number one cloud software system, Oracle NetSuite.”

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