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Sync will move into Arbeta this summer. Credit: via Prohibition PR

Tech specialist to take 12,500 sq ft at Manchester’s Arbeta

Sync will take occupy three units as it moves all business operations to its headquarters at the city’s Northampton Road location.

The move will see Sync closing its Deansgate service centre on 28 March, ahead of a re-opening scheduled on completion of its move to Arbeta this summer.

According to the business, its sights are set on expanding its offering across education, enterprise, and in the public sector, aiming to build on consecutive years of growth by moving to Arbeta, which measures 70,000 sq ft in total.

Sync’s chief executive officer Chris Costello said: “We have been working tirelessly to create a new home for Sync, envisioning a workspace that not only accommodates our current needs but also supports our future growth and innovation.

“The move to Arbeta signifies a pivotal moment for our company, bringing us all together in a centralised location that will enhance collaboration and drive our business forward.”

Rob Page, managing director at Arbeta, said: “We’re incredibly excited to have a tech business with such tenure as Sync join us at Arbeta, adding to our already thriving tech and digital communities on site. Its reflective of Manchester’s growing reputation as a centre for excellence for these industries.

Tom Crump, chief sales officer at Sync, added: “As we move into this exciting new phase at Arbeta, we are also recalibrating our focus to align with the evolving needs of the market.

“Our journey takes us away from the consumer sector and deeper into education, enterprise, and the public sector, where we see immense opportunities for growth and impact.”

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