A rapidly growing software developer has moved its headquarters to new offices in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter it has been announced by national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).
Enigma Recovery has taken just under 3,000 sq ft of high quality refurbishment at 30 St Paul’s Square, as it continues it’s expansion in the city.
Previously operating from offices on Caroline Street, less than 100 metres away, Enigma’s move has been motivated by a recent growth in staff numbers.
Alex Tross, director of office agency at LSH said: “The Jewellery Quarter remains the perfect environment for a company like Enigma Recovery, with its history of being at the forefront of technological advancement. 30 St Paul’s Square is not only modern, high quality office space but it’s also ideally located just a short distance from the city’s business centre. I’m confident it’s the space the company needs to continue its impressive growth.”
Enigma Recovery designs and builds data recovery software for consumers who have lost or deleted information from their smartphone, tablet or SD card. Backed by global companies including Kaspersky Lab and Mangrove Capital, it has growth plans on a global scale.
Lee Parry, CEO of Enigma Recovery said: “Our recent progress meant that we had outgrown our previous home on Caroline Street, but we were keen to stay in Birmingham and in particular the Jewellery Quarter. 30 St Paul’s Square provides both a professional environment and a striking aesthetic. Its proximity to our old premises is also a huge plus, minimising the disruption for our workforce.
“We’re grateful to LSH for their support in making St Paul’s Square our new home and hope to be at the forefront of the Birmingham digital technology market from our offices here for years to come.”
Enigma Recovery’s new offices occupy a quarter of the first floor at 30 St Paul’s Square, and include a boardroom, communications room and kitchenette. The company plans for its staff numbers to increase from 10 in December 2015 to 18 by March 2016.