honcho has today joined Dynamo, the representative organisation for the information technology sector in our native north east of England.
Membership of Dynamo is diverse and includes organisations such as BT, Sage, Tombola, Durham University, Orange Bus, the DWP and Leighton, all of whom have an important and active role in developing and growing our regional technology economy.
Commenting on our membership Chad Crossman, honcho chief information and technology honcho, said:
“The information technology landscape in our region has developed and grown enormously over recent years, not only down to larger private and public organisations establishing and expanding here but also due to the dozens of small businesses and startups who see the north east as the perfect environment within which to grow and thrive.
“Dynamo is part of the glue that joins the regional technology landscape together, and the combined strength of Dynamo’s membership makes for a formidable and powerful force. We are delighted to join Dynamo and to be able to benefit from, and add to, this collective strength.”
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