Dotsquares expands into London following seven figure Santander funding
Dotsquares, the Albourne, Sussex-based website design, development and support company, has opened a new office in London after receiving a seven-figure funding package from Santander Business Banking. The new office will allow Dotsquares to expand its reach into London, with a particular focus on the fintech market.
Established for nearly 20 years, Dotsquares has seen largely organic growth during that time having worked with over 6,000 companies ranging from start-ups to national and international corporates in a wide range of industries. The business offers a comprehensive website design and development services, mobile app development, including games and Internet of Things, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and marketing campaigns and currently employs over 650 people across its offices around the world in the UK, USA, Australia and India. They specialise in transforming start-ups to scale-ups, providing the support needed to help a company grow to their full potential.
The seven-figure funding package from Santander Business Banking has allowed Dotsquares to open a new office near London Bridge station which will give them access to a wider market and expand still further into the fintech sector. Over the coming years, Dotsquares plans to expand its footprint and workforce in London.
Bankim Chandra, CEO, Dotsquares, said: “Thanks to the fantastic help and support over 15 years from Santander, we have now opened a new office in the London Bridge area. Equally convenient for clients in the City and Canary Wharf, we can continue to support our existing clients and reach new ones from premises closer by as we continue to expand our business.”
Peter Warnke, relationship director, Santander Business Banking, said: “The facilities provided by the bank to purchase the London office will help support growth of this ambitious business. We were delighted to be able to support Bankim achieve this aspiration and have no doubt that Dotsquares will continue to go from strength to strength.”