Mayor meets Afterthought Software team

Published 30 November 2011 under news

Members of the Afterthought Software team had the great pleasure today of meeting the Mayor of Bath.  Afterthought Software has been based at 37 Gay Street, Bath, for four months, and the Mayor, Councillor Bryan Chalker, was present to formally open the building.

Andy Duller, of Afterthought Software, says: "It was such an honour to meet the Mayor of our wonderful city, and so great to see such an important local dignitary turning out to support local businesses.

"The Mayor was very interested in our company and the services we offer to companies here in Bath, around the UK and worldwide.

"Bath is famous for its beautiful period buildings and amazing history but it is also an extremely modern city in terms of its buzzing technology sector and entrepreneurial spirit. We are very proud to be based in Bath and the fantastic environment it offers for technology-based businesses such as own.

"We are also very grateful for the support given to growing businesses by our local government, as evidenced by the Mayor's attendance at the opening of the building where we are based."


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