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Tech Company sets up New AI Research Hub in Leicester  

An innovative software company, has set up a new head office and AI research hub in a historic building close to Leicester city centre.

Cyferd’s game-changing software can generate applications in seconds with just a few keywords, providing businesses across all sectors with a comprehensive suite of advanced tools that can help them to improve their operations and stay ahead of the competition on a global scale.

Leicester Time: Tech Company sets up New AI Research Hub in Leicester  
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The new head office is based in the Grade II listed former Fielding Johnson Hospital building on Regent Road, close to the city’s two universities.

By establishing its head office in Leicester, Cyferd is committed to providing employment opportunities for local people and contributing to the city’s growing technology sector.

The move is a testament to the company’s belief in the potential of Leicester as a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship says Ranjit Bahia, the company’s founder and CEO.

“We are thrilled to be establishing the new tech hub of the UK, here in Leicester. Our vision is to bring together the brightest and the best minds from all corners of the country in our new AI R&D facility,” he added.

“We aim to inspire the youth of Leicester and the UK, and show them that they could have a bright future ahead in the world of tech at our Leicester hub.”

With the establishment of its head office in Leicester, the technology start-up is said to be poised for continued growth and success in the field of AI. As the company continues to develop ground breaking solutions it is committed to encouraging the next generation of tech pioneers by starting outreach programmes into primary and secondary schools to encourage interest in STEM subjects and careers in tech.

“I’m very pleased that Cyferd has chosen to make its head office in Leicester, thereby joining what is the largest cluster of creative and digital businesses outside London. With two local universities at the forefront of design and technology on their doorstep, they certainly have a wealth of local talent to recruit from, and I welcome their commitment to developing local educational and job opportunities in this exciting sector.”