Scott Logic has offices in London, Bristol, Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne. Our office in the heart of London’s financial district enables us to be close to many of our clients. The development centres in Bristol, Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne allow us to take advantage of first-rate talent pools not typically associated with the City, and help reduce our cost base.
The City of London is at the heart of the world’s financial markets. It is a unique concentration of international expertise and capital, with a supportive legal and regulatory system, an advanced communications and information technology infrastructure and an unrivalled concentration of professional services. It is set in the midst of a vibrant and culturally diverse capital – one of the most exciting cities on Earth.
South West England is home to many innovative and successful global companies. It also provides its resident workforce with attractive scenery and lifestyle options.
Bristol is an officially designated Science City, and contains the UK`s third most powerful research cluster. It also provides employers with the greatest proportion of highly qualified workers of comparable English cities. As the gateway to the South West, Bristol also offers the best quality of life for employees among the English Core Cities.
Scotland provides a cost-effective, stable and secure operational base from which to serve the global market – and the quality of Scotland’s living and working environment is second to none.
Edinburgh is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe and is generally regarded as “one of the most desirable” cities in the UK in which to live, work and do business.
North East England is one of the most dynamic regions in Europe. A thriving centre for digital media, life sciences, renewable energy and process industries, the region enjoys an international and long-standing reputation for innovation.
Compact, attractive and friendly, Newcastle upon Tyne is one of England’s core cities and is a centre of culture and architecture, with a heritage spanning the past 2,000 years.