InforSense expands European and North American headquarters

InforSense has expanded its headquarter offices in London, UK and Cambridge, Massachusetts, following a year of increased demand for its products. The company’s staff grew from 63 to 100 employees during 2006, and is expected to reach more than 130 by the end of 2007.

‘In 2006 we took InforSense from an Imperial College spin-off to a global organisation with more than 100 employees and offices in London, Boston, and Shanghai,’ said Professor Yike Guo, CEO and founder of InforSense.

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