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MVF, the UK's fastest growing technology compay

MVF, the UK’s fastest growing technology company, continues to expand and has launched a brand new online marketplace helping expats move internationally.

MoveHub will offer information on 200 cities, a shipping cost calculator and information about living and moving.

CEO Titus Sharpe said MVF was keen to branch into the international moving market as it looks set to grow 3% per annum over the next 30 years.

He said: “It is part of MVF’s growth strategy to always be looking for emerging fast-growth markets. This is a very exciting sector for us to be entering. At any one time 16% of the world's growing population wants to move to another country.”

MoveHub aims to offer those looking to move internationally everything they need in order to make an informed decisions.

It hopes its high level of data driven information and interaction level will turn it into a TripAdvisor for people looking to move abroad.

Site manager Max Holloway said: “The potential for growth in the international moving is huge and something we wanted to get involved in.

“The company will focus on the key migrant routes, such as London to New York or London to Sydney, before diversifying into other markets. We firmly believe this site will be indispensable to any expat. There is nothing like it at all at the moment.”

MVF, which helps businesses acquire customers online, was named the fastest growing technology company in the UK by The Sunday Times in September.

It was founded in 2009 by friends Titus Sharpe, Tom Morgan, Jules Hopkinson, David Walton and Simon Venturi and its other online marketplaces include Expert Market, The Eco Experts, Clinic Compare, and VomFachman

MVF has 1,500 clients, including British Gas, Mars and Nestle, in over 50 countries and the four year old business turned over £13.9m last financial year up from £257,000 in 2010.