Mobile expert opens new Edinburgh office

David Tuck
David Tuck

Technology company, TAB, is expanding further in Europe with a product delivery team to be based in the new WeWork space in Edinburgh.

With a client list boasting the likes of RBS, Tesco, Visa, BMW, Kingfisher, Met Office, ING and Santander, TAB blends a proven history of success in product delivery, innovation and digital strategy with deep expertise across industries including financial services, retail, FMCG, utilities, mobility and more. 

The founding team led by Sam Dods, Euan Muir and Kasia Swiatek will be supported by the 200-strong team of designers, engineers and strategists based at the London Kings Cross HQ. TAB is now recruiting cross-functional designers and engineers to join the founding team in Edinburgh to manage end-to-end product delivery. 

“Choosing Edinburgh as the location for our second office outside of London was a no brainer for us. There’s a thriving tech scene, one of the UK’s leading Artificial Intelligence hubs, world-class universities, and a strong community of talented designers and developers who want to work on products and services that have real-world impact. We’re excited to bring TAB culture and ways of working to many of our clients who are already here in this beautiful city” said David Tuck, Managing Director of TAB. 

With Edinburgh fast becoming one of the UK’s most competitive tech hub, TAB sees tremendous opportunity to help organisations embrace technology as a critical enabler to key business challenges. Typically, these challenges include legacy IT, building internal capabilities, changing organisational culture, breaking down silos, adapting to regulatory changes and more. In helping define and accelerate their digital transformation journey, TAB intends to continue to enable organisations to harness the power of technology to deliver experiences their customers want and need.

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