An IT support company set up through the Camborne Pool Redruth (CPR) Learning Partnership is celebrating ten years in business.
ICT4, which was originally formed to provide computer help for primary and nursery schools in west Cornwall, has expanded its services to work with businesses and charities across the whole of the county.
Originally based at the CPR Learning Space at Camborne School, ICT4 became semi-independent in 2007 before relocating to its new base at Redruth School in 2011.
ICT4 founder, Glyn Pascoe, said: “We’re really pleased to be celebrating ten years in business.
“It’s been a great time for us and we’ve enjoyed working with primary and nursery schools in west Cornwall, but now we’re enjoying our expansion to support businesses and charities in the area.”
In order to support the company’s move to help businesses and charities, the team has grown from three IT experts to four with the appointment of Guy Phillips, who will work alongside Pascoe and colleagues Aaron Wilson and Josh Hosking.