R3 doubles down on London as post-Brexit technology hub
August 6, 2019

R3, the enterprise blockchain software firm, has recently reaffirmed its commitment to London, doubling the size of its London Wall hub to accommodate its rapidly growing engineering team.

It says the extra space will also support an aggressive hiring plan to increase the company's global headcount from its current level of 215 to nearly 300 by the end of the year. Of this, over half of the new hires will be in the London office, with more than 40 new recruits being made in the capital.

The firm's roster of new hires will consist largely of software engineers, along with commercial and client-facing roles around the world.

This initiative is a cornerstone of R3's rapid growth plans that include an additional engineering centre in a new city by the early of 2020. R3 is currently evaluating the best location for the second site and will make that selection in the coming months.





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R3, the enterprise blockchain software firm, has recently reaffirmed its commitment to London, doubling the size of its London Wall hub to accommodate its rapidly growing engineering team.

It says the extra space will also support an aggressive hiring plan to increase the company's global headcount from its current level of 215 to nearly 300 by the end of the year. Of this, over half of the new hires will be in the London office, with more than 40 new recruits being made in the capital.

The firm's roster of new hires will consist largely of software engineers, along with commercial and client-facing roles around the world.

This initiative is a cornerstone of R3's rapid growth plans that include an additional engineering centre in a new city by the early of 2020. R3 is currently evaluating the best location for the second site and will make that selection in the coming months.



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