Huddersfield-based cloud technology specialist Vapour has strengthened its team with two new hires and has announced the opening of a new workspace in Leeds city centre.
Vapour has moved into co-working tech hub Platform as the business furthers its fast-paced growth plans.
Vapour’s duo of hires includes cloud voice UC engineer Graeme McCabe who joins Vapour having worked with Avaya systems for the last five years.
Further strengthening Vapour’s cloud and networking resources is Jordan Stephenson. As senior cloud and network engineer he will ensure the resilience and efficiencies of Vapour’s services.
Focusing on maintenance and diagnostics, as well as uplift and project work around the network infrastructure and cloud environment, his strong background in information technology, following his previous role as network lead at Contrac IT, will be a great asset to the technical team.
Tim Mercer, CEO of Vapour, said: “This is a promising time for the company as we scale to meet the demands of our customers and the ever-growing cloud market. Graeme and Jordan will be a huge asset to our technical team, and I welcome them on board.
“Announcing our new workspace at Platform is also a proud moment for me as we’ll share the building with some of the region’s most innovative tech companies.
“To be able to offer my growing team access to more vibrant office space in a new city is a key part of our ongoing recruitment strategy – not to mention our accessibility for customers seeking face to face time – and I look forward to expanding further throughout the year.”
Two new graduate sales recruits are also set to join Vapour soon, in a fresh collaboration with Pareto Law. The search is also on for a sales and marketing administrator, with the vacancy now open.