Godel provides software development services to companies such as Virgin Holidays, Boden and Experian. Its current projects include developing ecommerce software for the White Company. Godel has its headquarters in Manchester, but most of its staff are based at its two software development centres in Belarus, where the firm was started in 2002. Under chief executive Neil Turvin, 36, sales hit £9.1m in 2016. The company is planning to double its 350-strong workforce by 2020.
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