Many Devonport tech businesses operate from homes or in local offices — just like LevelOneHQ. The Flagstaff has recently launched a monthly column, “Off Main Street”, which shines the light on local innovators. The launch column profiled local tech entrepreneurs Rich Chetwynd and Nicole Fougere, who have already developed and sold two companies to Silicon Valley firms.
Month: October 2017
We’re on the Big Screen
Look out for Level One’s ad the next time you’re watching a movie at The Vic. We currently have desk space to rent which you can take by the day or month — for highly competitive rates. And where else in the world would you get an office view like ours? Not to mention the ability to kayak to work or the 20-second walk to the ferry. We’ll give you a free trial if you’re interested — ask Simon or Leah for more details.
Hats off to Conversant
Hats off to our very own Cameron Beattie and Conversant for their recent acquisition by leading broadband and telecommunications provider, Voyager Internet.
Some glowing comments were made by Voyager MD Seeby Woodhouse in a recent press release:
“Conversant have built a reputation based on their truly innovative approach. Cameron and the rest of the Conversant team are exceptionally good at what they do, a fact which is reflected in the extremely high performance standard of their products.
“The acquisition will allow us to leapfrog the development of Voyager’s equivalent VoIP offering – enabling us to deliver new and better functionality to our customers much, much sooner than would be possible via a traditional R&D process.”
Our Conversant friends may have moved over the water, but they’re still very much a part of the Level One community and a feature at Friday night drinks. Once we get our roof back on we’ll be looking for more tenants, so give Simon a shout if you know of anyone.