An IT support organisation set up through the Camborne Pool Redruth (CPR) Learning Partnership ten years ago is gearing up to become an independent company.
iCT4, which is based at, and connected to, Redruth School, will become a limited company on Monday, September 3.
The move coincides with further expansion plans with the company currently looking to add to its team.
iCT4 founder, Glyn Pascoe, said: “We’re very excited about becoming a limited company. We have been established for 10 years, and been semi-independent for the last five years, but now is the time to branch out.It will give us a great chance to grow and we’re currently in talks with Unlocking Cornish Potential to see about expanding the team.”
Originally formed to provide computer help for primary and nursery schools in west Cornwall the company recently expanded its services to work with businesses and charities across the whole of the county.
Pascoe added: “Becoming limited will give us greater opportunities to work with businesses and increase our offering. We’ve got fantastic IT hardware and software buying power through the work with schools, which we will be able to offer to other organisations.”
Joining Glyn as a director will be Josh Hosking with the team being completed by Guy Phillips, who joined the company in February this year.