We are headquartered in Cardiff and have a hub in Barcelona. We have an international and diverse team which means we are globally minded and benefit from a variety of perspectives. As a company focused on digital transformation, we have always been well-positioned for remote working from a technical perspective. As we come out of the pandemic, this has more or less become the standard for most companies.
Today, I think most organisations are well equipped from a technical standpoint. However, the biggest challenge is creating and maintaining a company culture. Staying connected is not the same as being connected and making sure everyone in the company is aligned with our mission. That’s not only a challenge when we talk about our Spain and UK offices, but also when we look across departments and roles, such as business development and technology; or how we communicate with our Board and our shareholders.
To achieve that connectivity and that cultural fit we focus on the principles built into our organisation:
- Openness, jumping barriers through the free exchange of ideas;
- Meritocracy, recognising ideas by their value, not by where they come from; and, perhaps more importantly:
- A strong commitment to our mission.