Infinity Works has drawn on its deep roots in engineering with its equally deep roots in Yorkshire to become a national company with a global outlook. We deliver consistent business value from strategy to software. Our no-nonsense, efficient, and straightforward approach is balanced by a friendly and relaxed way of working that appeals to colleagues and clients alike. We tell it as it is, and never let our clients feel lost in an ever-changing and complex technology landscape.
We work hard on our company culture, developing fully-engaged employees, and fostering a desire to learn, to share ideas, and to improve processes and skills. The informal but focused environment enables everyone’s voice to be heard, and everyone has the opportunity to develop and grow, no matter their level of experience.
Supporting our community
At Infinity Works we’re passionate about supporting our community. We support many community-organised events by providing venues, funding, and people. Our engineers regularly mentor at local code meet-ups (including CodeUp, Code Your Future, Codebar, and Digital Her). We contribute to initiatives in schools and colleges through visiting speakers and work experience schemes, and to later career initiatives from tech returners to women in tech. We run several “101” learning sessions from our offices, which are open to all.
Communities within Infinity Works
Communities within the company are an important aspect of the Infinity Works culture. We run frequent “Communities of Practice” at which colleagues share ideas and the latest developments in their field, along with many other events from “lunch and learn” sessions to after-work socials.
Speaking and sharing ideas
A highlight of life at Infinity Works are our regular “Talk Club” sessions and quarterly mini-conferences which run in each of our offices, where colleagues give talks on a diverse range of subjects. This process culminates in an annual all-hands conference, where the best of our own speakers are joined by specially-invited guest speakers for a day of learning and idea-sharing – and an evening off-site getting to know each other over a meal and a few drinks.