CubeLogic establishes Scandinavian office

– Expansion will enable acceleration of growth in sales, professional services and customer support

– BREXIT contingency plan to ensure smooth continued operations in the European Single Market

Wednesday 12th September 2018 – London and Copenhagen. CubeLogic, the leader in business intelligence enabled risk management solutions, today announces the opening of a new office in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Scandinavian office will enable the firm to support its expanding European client base and capitalise on new opportunities. Headquartered in London, CubeLogic now has a physical presence in five key global business centres and anticipates further geographical expansion in future.

The continued political uncertainty surrounding BREXIT was a key consideration, with CubeLogic recognising the need to act to ensure that its business can continue to operate and expand seamlessly within the European Single Market, regardless of the eventual outcome of the BREXIT negotiations.

Tony Frangiamore, MD EMEA CubeLogic, comments, “Global operations such as ours must be continuously vigilant and mitigate threats to our businesses posed by changing regulatory landscapes. BREXIT uncertainty has persisted far longer than expected and hence, notwithstanding the other significant benefits to CubeLogic and its clients, we felt compelled to establish a physical presence in the European Single Market.”

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Lee Campbell, CEO, CubeLogic concludes, “Copenhagen is a city to which to the team at CubeLogic has historical links and strong relationships with the trading community. Recent news has seen a number of the larger tech firms establish their presence in The Nordics and I think this owes not only to the wealth of opportunities arising, but the positive and collaborative approach to working which they have adopted. I am really looking forward to spending some time there developing the business.”

The office is located at Larsbjornsstraede 3, Copenhagen.