Sidetrade creates 70 tech jobs at new Birmingham tech hub

An AI platform is creating 70 new tech jobs in the Midlands.

Sidetrade, an AI platform dedicated to augmenting business revenue and cashflow, announced the planned £30m investment in the jobs, at the opening of its new tech hub in Birmingham.

The news was announced at the firm’s ‘Together for Tech’ launch event, attended by Julian David, CEO of techUK, who gave the keynote speech.

Founder and CEO of Sidetrade Olivier Novasque said: “This investment represents a leap ahead for Sidetrade, the UK tech community and internationally. The hub will equip Sidetrade to compete globally in B2B AI technology.”

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