Recent News about Zuhlke Engineering
London – 22 March 2016
The Zühlke Group, a service provider for innovation projects, today announced results for 2015. It was a successful financial year which saw revenues increase by 5% to GBP 84 million, and the number of employees rise by 4% to 730 compared to 2014. With these results, the group was able to maintain its growth of recent years.
We will be welcoming over 600 participants to learn, share, and grow at Zühlke’s biggest ever event. Building on the success of SWE Days in 2013, Zühlke Days will bring together every discipline, division, and location. Zühlke Days is both a training event and a showcase of excellence and experience within the Zühlke Group.
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Zuhlke exhibiting at the Agile Manchester Conference
On May 7th and 8th Zuhlke Engineering will be exhibiting at the Agile Manchester conference being held at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. We have just opened a new office in Manchester that will deliver software engineering services to customers throughout the North West of England and Keith Braithwaite, the new location manager, will be on-hand to talk about his plans for the office as well as share his wisdom on agile and lean software methodologies.
Lynne Johnson, one of Zuhlke's Senior Agile Project Managers, will be giving a workshop on the second day: “User Story Mapping for Fun and Profit”. Find one of her latest related blog posts on blog.zuhlke.com.
To celebrate our new office we will have the perfect giveaway for people living in the North West.
Stop by our stand and say hello and get one of our big giveaways! We are looking forward to meeting you!
United Kingdom, Manchester - April 2015
Zuhlke Engineering Ltd, have announced the expansion of its business into the North-West of England with the opening of a new office in Manchester, adding to its current London operation.
United Kingdom, London - 30 March 2015
In 2014 the Zuehlke Group achieved a double-digit increase in sales as well as in the number of employees. The group grew revenue to £80M (119M CHF) and by the end of the year employed approximately 700 staff.