Sparta Global, a leading provider of technology and business consulting services today (1 Apr) announces the opening of a new Head Office at 125 London Wall in the heart of the City of London.
The new location will strengthen Sparta Global’s position as a provider of UK digital talent and will offer a single location for the sale, support and development of Sparta Global’s consultancy offering.
The opening of Sparta Global’s Head Office at 125 London Wall marks the latest step towards delivering a steady and reliable supply of trained technologists to UK companies.
A provider of technology and business consulting services to public and private sector organisations, Sparta Global works with innovative organisations in finance, insurance, media, retail, legal and telecoms industries.
With customers ranging from Channel 4 to Canada Life, Three Mobile, the Home Office and Ministry of Justice, Sparta Global has been based in Moorgate for four years.
“We are delighted to announce the opening of our new London office,” comments Sparta Global CEO, David Rai.
“This new facility gives us access to the extra space we need to not only accommodate our growing management and services team, but to open another training facility to support our Richmond and Birmingham academies.”
“Unlike in our Moorgate office, our new facility will include eight training rooms. This exciting expansion will enable us to train more than 650 Spartan technology consultants across our academies each year - with the aim to train 500 by the end of 2019,” adds David. “We are dedicated to supporting UK technology talent and we look forward to giving more graduates the opportunity to work in our thriving tech industry.
About Sparta Global: A leading provider of technology and business Services for more than a hundred organisations throughout the UK. Founded in 2013 by CEO David Rai and CIO Tim Staton, Sparta Global is headquartered in London, and has training academies across the UK and employs more than 300 staff. In August 2017 Sparta Global raised more than £4m from private equity house, Key Capital Partners (KCP), to support the company’s continued growth and expansion. In 2019 Sparta Global generated more than £25million in revenue and is set to employ 500 graduates in the next 12 months.
Sparta primarily hires recent graduates, who are given free training in areas such as Software Development, DevOps, Testing, Data Analysis, Business analysis and Project Management. After training graduates transition to highly trained technologists known as ‘Spartans’ and are assigned to client sites across the UK.