A new home
Afterthought Software has said a fond farewell to office 13 and moved into larger offices (3 and 4) in Gay Street, Bath. The new office is still in the same building but is split into two adjacent rooms giving the company room to expand its lab area to develop exciting new products!
Following the success of the RasClock (a real-time clock for the Raspberry Pi) and with a growing product portfolio Afterthought Software has outgrown its previous office requiring more manufacturing and storage space. Byron Bradley, a director at Afterthought Software commented on the new move, saying "We have some great ideas for products and our new office is the perfect place to bring them to life."
The office space is provided by Regency Offices in Bath. Andy Duller says "Tony and the team at Regency made the move incredibly simple and easy, they're absolutely brilliant."