Sounding the design drum
Evesham Micros designs and sells hardware, the components for which are mostly resourced abroad, and sells software and the necessary technical backup for the completed systems. Some 300 new systems leave its factory every day, and in 1998 its turnover exceeded £57 million. It has grown at 25 per cent per year since its foundation in 1983 and now employs over 400 people. The new headquarters replaces three outworn buildings around Evesham.
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