Pickr makes EDP’s Future 50
A source of great local pride, we’ve made it into the Eastern Daily Press’ Future 50!

The Future 50 is a collection of Norfolk and Suffolk’s most innovative and ambitious companies. It’s an exclusive club reserved for individuals and companies  who are creating jobs, growing at a fast rate and have displayed the drive and ambition that reveals them to be future leaders in their sector.

As a business we’re intent on making it quicker, easier and cheaper for industrial companies to find the skilled workers they need.We’re very pleased to have made the cut to be recognised as up and coming disruptors in our sector!

We’ve been named as members alongside other promising East Anglian companies including Archive-Vault, Raptor Aerospace, Goals Based Financial Planning, Atkinson Moss, Suco, and Quickfire Digital.

A benefit of being a Future 50 member includes invitations to exclusive business events and networking opportunities. These valuable meet-up’s will allows us to liaise with established business innovators and industry champions. It will also be an chance to develop of a peer group support networks, learning and trading opportunities.

“Pickr have already been embraced by a very close-knit tech community which offers fantastic support and development opportunities for our staff. It’s great to be able to integrate into the wider business community as part of the Future 50.” Kane Halsey, Pickr Founder and CEO

We’re looking forward to Future 50’s next announcement which will welcome a second batch of businesses to the group. You can learn more about the Future 50 and its members here.


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