Robiquity, born in Manchester but with a global presence including London, North America and Cairo, will move to Transmission in Enterprise City.
The UK’s market leader in Intelligent Automation (IA) employs 110 people and has taken 5,694 sq ft - with workspace advice specialist Level securing the deal.
Tom Davies, Robiquity Chief Executive, said: “Manchester’s new city centre district for digital tech and creative businesses is the perfect place for our UK operation to thrive and grow.
“We’re excited to be part of a true tech and creative community and to carry on with our mission to enable businesses and their people the time to fulfil their core purpose.
“We’re committed to our team culture and the vibrant culture all 110 employees have created across all our sites. It is why we are delighted that Level got a deal for us to be housed in a great central Manchester space, over the line.”
Anthony Powell, managing director of All Work & Social said: “Robiquity is a brilliant addition to the community of tech businesses we’re creating at Enterprise City. The team’s ambitious growth plans are akin with our new district and we look forward to watching their growth over the coming years.”
He added: “Level understands the benefits of being located in the dynamic Enterprise City’s district surrounded by like minded tech innovators.”
Level, which solely represents tenants, has delivered a record month for office deals,
Virtus Talent have signed up for 1,500 sq ft at ABC Buildings, also in Enterprise City, Codurance have taken 18 desks at Bonded Warehouse while Gibson Hollyhomes’ have signed for a 20-desk premium suite at Department XYZ in Spinningfields.
Level founder Joe Averill said: “Manchester’s office market is extremely active at present.
“Before the new year came in, Level delivered a record month which also saw deals completed for Bruin Financial taking 10 desks at Bold and Accounts & Legal signing for 1,292 sq ft at Manchester Club with Bruntwood.
“It’s no secret that the quality of buildings is advancing at a rate of knots. Businesses are increasingly aware of the power of quality amenity towards the wider culture piece. A nice new office isn’t the sole answer to a strong culture but workspace certainly plays a key part.
“And forward thinking operators are investing in providing a significant level of amenity for their tenants; work, social and fitness areas.”
Anthony Powell, managing director of All Work & Social, added: “Developing a tech, media and creative district in Manchester city centre requires a topflight talent pool, so welcoming Virtus Talent and Gibson Hollyhomes to our workspaces is an important addition. This move will only enhance the ecosystem of skills and talent within the tech industry, which supports the wider resource requirements of businesses located here.”