LIFELINE IT OPENS THIRD SITE – IN THE NETHERLANDS
Published: 12 December 2022
Lifeline IT is expanding into Europe with the launch of a new office in Amsterdam.
The site, based in the centre of Amsterdam, will be the company’s third location following the opening of its Peterborough office in 2021 and its first site in North London when Lifeline IT was founded in 2002.
A five-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station, the office will be a base to service existing clients and also grow the Lifeline IT business internationally. The company chose Amsterdam because of its strong transport links across Europe, excellent business connections and high number of English speakers.
Commenting on the launch, Lifeline IT’s Daniel said: “Britain may have left the EU but Lifeline IT is very much still part of Europe by opening our third location in the city of Amsterdam. We’re in the process of recruiting a local team to add to our existing staff in the Borehamwood and Peterborough offices.
“Many of our clients have European offices so it made complete sense to expand into Europe so we can continue to service our existing clients without the various logistical challenges that Brexit has brought. Amsterdam has fantastic transport links – we can be at the office in four hours from London – and it’s very much a global city that’s a great place to do business. The fact that the majority of people speak English will allow us to work seamlessly between the three Lifeline IT offices.”
Added Lifeline IT’s Adam: “We’re incredibly excited about the new office and it’s a great way to mark the end of our 20th anniversary year. As well as servicing existing clients, we’re also hoping to expand the Lifeline IT offer to more companies in Amsterdam and beyond, based on our core values of excellent customer service and a thorough understanding of clients’ businesses and their IT needs.”
The new Lifeline IT office is based in a former Amsterdam bank at 1st Floor, Singel 250, 1016 AB, Amsterdam. Tel: +31 (0)20 8089 838.
- Amsterdam is one of the most innovative cities in Europe, with particularly strong sectors of technology, finance, science and sustainability.
- The city has a long history of innovation in business – the world’s first stock exchange opened here in 1602, which saw the very first publicly traded company.
- Amsterdam is home to the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which oversees the safety and evaluation of drugs across Europe, and it also houses the Netherlands’ most powerful ‘supercomputer’ – built to help advance scientific research.
- There are more than 3,300 international companies in the Amsterdam area, plus almost 2,000 start-ups and scale-ups.
- Businesses in the city benefit from an excellent supply of skilled talent – alongside a highly educated workforce, incentives and visa schemes make international recruitment advantageous to companies. People from all over the world are attracted to the excellent quality of life that Amsterdam offers and there are more than 160 different nationalities in the area, the majority of whom speak English fluently.
- The city has excellent transport connections across land, water and air, as well as superfast internet speeds, which makes it a prime location for businesses to expand across Europe. Amsterdam has a network of high-speed trains to European cites, as well as the Eurostar, which goes direct to Amsterdam Central Station from London St Pancras International. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, which is just 15 minutes train ride from the city centre, is also an international hub which serves well over 320 international destinations.
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