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Bold will hire 70 people by the first quarter of 2021

Bold will hire 70 people by the first quarter of 2021
Jornal Económico · 17 Dec 2020
The Portuguese technology company Bold will grow the team in Portugal and proceed with the hiring of 70 workers by the end of the first quarter of 2021 for the areas of cloud & DevOps (development and operations), programming/application development, data and analytics, management consulting and RPA (Robotic Process Automation).

The company considers these areas to be "key" and will be "critical" in the coming years to assist organizations in developing their business by creating cloud-first infrastructures, accelerating transformation processes, and creating digital strategies for customers.

"We are a recognized company in the market, which brings us the responsibility to do more and better. Even though we are attentive to the evolution of the market, these hires are part of the challenge we set out to continue to grow, in order to maintain the quality of our solutions for the customer", explains the operations director, Hugo Fonseca.

Founded in 2009, Bold has offices in Porto and has been part of the multinational group Devoteam for two years, which has more than 7,600 employees and a turnover of around 650 million euros.

Bold's executive director, Bruno Mota expects to close the year with a 12% increase in revenues to 37 million euros. "The pandemic took away some extra points from our budget, which was slightly affected, but even so, we continue to grow at double digits and we have good forecasts for the end of the year", said the CEO.

Bold came from a year in which turnover had risen to 34 million euros, with pre-Covid-19 forecasts pointing to 40 million euros in revenue this year, but the effects of the epidemiological outbreak forced a downward revision.