Award winning software house Nebula Labs, based in Newcastle, is celebrating taking on its sixth team member, while also recruiting for more to join its growing team.
Nebula Labs, set up in August 2017 by young entrepreneurs Dylan McKee and Nic Flynn, have delivered a variety of solutions, including Gym Plan chosen by Apple as their app of the day, an event app with AI integration and a tourism destination management system. Nebula Labs partner with a wide range of clients, from start-ups to large organisations including Northumbrian Water, AkzoNobel, Newcastle University and Nexus.
The latest team member is Cal Kilpatrick who is the new Business Development Manager, and will be developing relationships and opportunities. Cal, who previously worked closely with over 100 of the North-East’s most ambitious companies in his previous role at Digital Union said, “I am really excited about taking up this opportunity with Nebula Labs. Having watched their growth over the past couple of years, I know that this is a company that is growing fast and has a fantastic reputation in the industry. I’m looking forward to joining such an innovative, enthusiastic and friendly team and helping the company expand and grow in the future.”
Nebula Labs Co-founder Dylan McKee said, “We’ve had a fantastic year, taking on even more work and clients than we expected to, and we are aiming to grow further over the next 12 months. We’re looking forward to welcoming Callum to the team, he brings great skills and attitude into the team that will benefit both us and our clients.”
Nebula Labs is also currently recruiting for a new Backend Web Develop to join the growing team. If you’re interested get in touch email@example.com
Photo l-r Dylan McKee, Cal Kilpatrick, Nic Flynn
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