CEME office is boost for software firmPosted: 4th Mar 2015 | Written by Katrina Gilbert
An innovative poll software company that merges anonymous polling with social networking feeds has attracted more than £200,000 of investment since moving to CEME Innovation Centre in Rainham.
Launched last summer by Joseph Nnodim and Timi Boboye, who are both former software developers and IT consultants, Incyyte had humble beginnings with the pair working from Joseph’s garage. They now they employ 23 staff. The software allows easy polling of customers or businesses to gather useful data.
Chief Executive Officer, Joseph Nnodim, said: “When you’re looking for investment, first impressions count. To date we’ve raised over £200k of investment, the majority of which I’m sure would not have been secured without us being located within CEME.