ATECHNOLOGY company has plans to more than treble £ 3m business by growing the entire customer base of the North East London. And Seek Technology Solutions has invested more than £ 1m move its headquarters from Hebburn in a 17th century mansion in Gateshead. The company has two four-year data center, providing the latest technology businesses in London and will be a long time in the third base so as to extend the customer base in the North East. The Wearsider Nigel Begg launched the business after nearly 20 years in the city working as an independent consultant, recently for U.S. computer giant EDS. He said: "I want to start a business using the skills of an IT consultant in the North East to work in the company's London. "In London IT consultants tend to move jobs every year or so. But I implement talented people who live in the North East, but working in national and international a contract with a company in London and did not move jobs so often. "Get their experience and vibrations work on a major contract that will take them to Europe or the United States, but they can enjoy life in the North East where quality of life is much better. We have the talent here but people do not always want to move south. "And our customers not only get the same quality consulting for more money, but they also get service parity with their counselors to work with them for a long time and know the business much better. ' Begg wants to grow revenue more than £ 10 million over the next four years as he won more repeat business from clients in London delivering an office in London and the North East consultants. He said business thrives on personal service, where businesses are given a bespoke service rather than being sold pre-packaged products. And he expects to win more customers in the region after the switch to high-profile headquarters in grade II-listed Heworth Hall on Shields Road, Gateshead, he was converted from a former Conservative Club but it served as a school and hospital in the 200-year-plus history. The company has customers in the North East, including Gateshead Borough Council and Ford Aerospace. Aim to work with Gateshead Council and English Heritage to restore Heworth Hall. Gateshead Mayor Joe Mitchinson said: "Heworth Hall of structures identified in Gateshead since the 1600s." Chris Fraser, seek technical director, said: "Heworth Hall is really the icing on the cake for us. It was a challenge but we now feel that the goals will come. The new building will comprise only part of our ambitious expansion plans, which are set to continue moving forward. "We have new products and services in the pipeline, a number of partners to make the announcement, an additional staff member to come on board and a whole host of exciting developments that I believe will be our business to the next level. '