Expanding software house, Mayden is delighted to announce the opening of their historic new premises in central Bath.
The Right Worshipful The Mayor of Bath, Councillor Cherry Beath, will attend the opening of Mayden’s new office at One Widcombe Crescent on Saturday, 15th November beginning at 3pm, with the Mayor’s arrival at 4pm.
Mayden invites the local media and community to join them for drinks, and to explore the quintessentially Georgian Grade I listed building, which retains quirky architectural features such as an oval room with curved fireplace and doors.
Mayden is the UK specialist in advanced healthcare web applications, and began life in Biddestone, just outside Bath. This year Mayden celebrates its 10th anniversary as a software house. At this stage a Mayden system is used in almost every NHS Trust in the country. The company’s staff has expanded exponentially, growing from 14 employees in 2010 to a total of 44 permanent employees at the time of press.
“Mayden has long been a key part of Bath’s expanding tech community,” explains founder and Managing Director, Chris May, “We’re very pleased to now be moving physically into central Bath where we can continue to push things forward, and I’m excited to be able to recruit even more new talent to work with us from this great location.”
Mayden retains Mayden Studios at Box House in rural Box, but will be moving from its first and original location in Biddestone, Wiltshire.
Saturday, 15th November at 3pm, One Widcombe Crescent, Bath for the 4pm arrival of The Right Worshipful The Mayor of Bath (Councillor Cherry Beath).
Mayden specialises in innovative, flexible cloud-based software solutions for the healthcare industries, and is driven by a mission to change the way services are delivered by staff and experienced by patients.