Improving client relations through a decisive expansion

Canadian tech consultancy Rangle, which specialises in HTML5 and JavaScript, has announced it will open a new office in Amsterdam. The new office is the firm’s first European location and will help it strengthen client relationships while establishing its brand across the continent. Rangle also plans to hire new staff and expand its Dutch team in the coming year, creating new job opportunities in the city.

Working across industries

Rangle works with an impressive roster of international clients, including shoemaker Aldo and Japanese clothing company Uniqlo. The firm is skilled in mobile applications and web development, and frequently partners with leaders in the FinTech, public service, retail and healthcare industries. In an interview with Invest in Holland, CEO Nick Van Weerdenburg said: “There’s no such thing as being at arm’s length if you’re a Rangle client. We pride ourselves on a true startup-like partnership approach to helping our clients transform their digital business for the future, not the past. Establishing our office in Amsterdam is the first step in working more closely with our clients.”  

 

The attraction of Amsterdam

Rangle joins a long list of companies and organisations, including Azimo, the Carbon Trust and Under Armour, that have recently opened (or announced plans to open) offices in Amsterdam. The city has become a leading destination for tech companies, in part due to offering Europe’s fastest internet speeds and serving as a gateway to the continent. The city also offers an excellent work-life balance and a highly-skilled workforce. English is also spoken throughout the city, making it easier for internationals to adapt. 

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