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Tech firm SaleCycle to open new office in Brighton, creating 30+ new jobs
16 May

Tech firm SaleCycle to open new office in Brighton, creating 30+ new jobs

Marketing technology firm SaleCycle is opening its next office in Brighton, looking to attract some of the region’s top tech talent to fill 30 new roles.

Founded in 2010, SaleCycle’s marketing tech services are used by some of the world’s biggest retailers and brands, including Virgin Atlantic, BT, Nike and IKEA.

The company now employs over 165 staff and has grown from its Head Office in North East England to have offices around the world, including Washington DC, Paris and Singapore.

SaleCycle is one of Europe’s fastest growing companies, and has recently been named in the FT 1000 as well as both the Sunday Times Export Track 100 and its Tech Track 100.

The Brighton office is part of this continuing expansion, and will be located in Trafalgar Place in the centre of Brighton, just a two minute walk from the train station.

The first openings are for Software Engineering Team Leads and experienced Software Engineers.

SaleCycle is interested in meeting candidates with full stack experience, meaning Javascript / Typescript experience is essential, together with API development experience in any number of different back-end languages.

SaleCycle Software Engineer

Candidates should have experience delivering high-traffic solutions, working with AWS, as well as an aptitude for self-directed learning.

As SaleCycle’s CTO Doug Johnson explains, Brighton is the perfect choice for a tech company looking to continue its growth:

“Brighton is a terrific location for us to invest in the next phase of SaleCycle's growth, with its high concentration of digital tech talent. I'm thrilled to be building a team of experienced forward thinking software engineers here, keen to emulate the modern practices, culture and working environment we've become renowned for in the North East."

SaleCycle expects its engineers to collaborate, help each other become the best they can be, have a little fun and above all love what you do. If you’re interested in an opportunity to help build a new team with a positive culture, building software the way it should be done, find out more at