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Posted: Wednesday, July 9, 2014 8:30 am

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-- WITH PHOTO -- TO BUSINESS, AND TECHNOLOGY EDITORS:

TheGenieLab, a UK-Based Ecommerce Web Development Company, Expands to

US With New Miami Office

MIAMI, July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TheGenieLab, a team of web

developers from Wales, are opening a new office in Miami, Florida

on July 9th. The new office, in the Wynwood incubator campus The Lab,

is a way to expand a further footprint into the US market where they

have an already high-demand for their offerings.

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The company, founded by Andrew Cargill and Daniel Lewis, is a team of

10 in the UK with clients across the World, ranging from startups to

established multi-nationals; including Brightpearl, Flubit,

NationBuilder, Trustev and Geysir.

Fredy Dellis is joining the team as the CEO and second investor

alongside Alfred Gooding, a Welsh entrepreneur. Mr. Dellis has a long

history in senior management, having previously served as President

International at Hertz and Burger King as CEO of Europcar and

ResidenSea, the developer and builder of the residential ship "The

World" and more recently as CEO to a resort real estate company and

South American cruise line companies. His wealth of leadership

experience will be invaluable in helping to take the company to the

next level. Fredy has dual USA / Belgium citizenship, now living in

Miami, and has a rich educational background that includes Harvard

Business School.

Chief Technical Officer, Andrew Cargill, has moved to Miami to launch

the office, which is in the heart of Miami's Wynwood District. Two

residents of South Florida have joined the team, making the US team 4

in total.

The company has established itself providing design and development of

ecommerce shops, and building API (Application Programmer Interface)

integrations that allow clients to link together software systems to

speed up their processes, introduce automation and help them develop

their businesses. It also offers Agile sprinting to clients that have

complex needs for development and low resources to accomplish these

projects.

These three core aspects of the business allows clients to engage a

single development company to complete complex projects to link a new

website into existing systems, and the demand for these services from

US companies was the big reason for the expansion.

Expanding to Miami will also allow the team to offer greatly improved

support hours for clients, stretching across time zones, both

improving customer service and allowing the company to continue to

grow. The ultimate ambition is to be able to provide 24 hour

development services.

The company's new website is www.TheGenieLab.com. Please address all

questions to Fredy Dellis at 786.556.1832 or by email.

SOURCE TheGenieLab

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