Double celebration for expanding Harborough business

Double celebration for expanding Harborough business

(L to R) Pete Nicholls, Pete Whelan, John Woodford and Neil Moore of Infonote

A Harborough based technology company has two reasons to celebrate this month. Software specialists Infonote ( have been awarded a prestigious study grant at the same time as expanding and relocating to new offices in the town. Infonote develop a range of software applications, including mobile phone applications (apps) for the iPhone and other mobile devices for clients across the UK.

The grant has been awarded by the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) in response to a series of development proposals submitted by Infonote. It will enable the company to continue developing ideas for new enhanced products, services, processes or capabilities within the rapidly advancing technology industry.

Pete Whelan, Managing Director of Infonote is delighted to be awarded the grant. “This is fantastic news for the team, rewarding all their hard work and effort putting together the submission documents in time to meet deadlines.  According to reports from the TSB, competition for the funding was tough due to the high volume of applicants received, so we are honoured to be one of the chosen few.”

News of the grant coincided with Infonote’s relocation to larger offices at 149 St Mary’s Road above the Godfrey Payton offices. To celebrate the move, over 50 clients, suppliers and friends of the company took part in a tour of the new premises on Thursday (May 12th) and toasted the success of Infonote’s new offices.  They were also offered a sneak preview of some of the company’s latest innovations.

“With the explosion of app popularity and the growing interest in our products, we hope to create a number of new job opportunities in the town,” says Mr Whelan. “Certainly our new offices give us ample room to expand and we anticipate the demand for creative software solutions desktop, cloud or mobile to continue increasing.”


The interest in mobile phone apps has grown dramatically over the past two years and Infonote now creates apps for a number of different markets.  This area of growth, combined with the large portfolio of existing clients for whom they have created specialist software, has helped the company’s expansion plans.

Formed in 1998, Infonote has recently expanded to employ 6 people.  They work with clients across the UK from a range of industries including manufacturing, professional services, sales and marketing, engineering and renewables.

For more information about Infonote’s services visit or call 01858 467 746.

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