DotDigital In The Croydon Advertiser

Like all great companies, we’re proud of our origins. Apple has Sacramento, the Romans had Rome and we have… Croydon.

In all seriousness, without our roots here, we wouldn’t be the bustling fast-growing company that we are today. Recently, we spoke with the Croydon Advertiser about our story; where we’ve come from and, perhaps most importantly, where we are going.

It was a sobering experience to think back to our humble beginnings in a small cramped office above an estate agent in South End, South Croydon. Since then the rise of dotMailer and then the dotDigital Group has, by our own modest admission, been meteoric!

For myself and Simon, having been born, educated and raised here, we realised there must be plenty of other talented young guns out there in Croydon who are just waiting to be discovered.

Because of the location of our Croydon office, right next to the station, we see a constant stream of talent filing into London in the mornings, facing a horrific commute and stressful day in the city. By contrast, many of us live minutes from the office and many more have lived locally for their entire lives.

So if that rings true for you and you think we should be talking to you, then give us a shout! We have plenty of exciting opportunities just waiting to be snapped up!

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