Latest News | 8 March 2022

Growing tech management consultancy moves to Infinity Park

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A specialist technology management consultancy has moved to a building on Derby’ Infinity Park managed by Connect Derby.

Project4 Learning Lab, which was founded in 2019 by former Rolls-Royce senior engineer Keith Howells, has taken space at the iHub innovation centre.

The business aims to inspire leaders to change their way of thinking to improve operational performance through instructional design methods and accelerated learning techniques.

The office space and facilities available at the iHub will help the company to expand its services and team further as the business grows.

The company currently employs six staff and is expanding on a growth trajectory, with revenue up three times compared to the same time last year, which was up three times on the previous year. There are plans to recruit further staff during 2022 to cope with demand.

Keith, who spent more than 20 years with Rolls-Royce, working in senior engineering leadership roles and running transformational programmes, said: “We are delighted to be at the iHub, which is perfect for our needs.

“It was essential for us to find a high-quality, flexible workspace, and the iHub gives us a great platform to expand our customer base and collaborate with more businesses in the planes, trains, and automobiles sector.”

Ann Bhatti, head of Connect Derby, said: “We’re excited to welcome Keith and his team to the iHub.

“For the last five years, the iHub has established a reputation for supporting innovative businesses like Project4 Learning Lab.

“We provide a collaborative environment for businesses to grow, and we look forward to supporting the team at Project4 Learning Lab as they continue their impressive growth.”

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