Nash Squared

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Nash Squared
TypePrivate company
IndustryProfessional services
Founded1988; 35 years ago (1988)
United Kingdom
Area served
Key people
Bev White (CEO)
ProductsIT Outsourcing, Professional Recruitment, Leadership Services,
Number of employees
2,500 (2020)

Nash Squared (formerly known as Harvey Nash) is a global digital services consultancy providing outsourced digital transformation development services as well as technology talent acquisition services. They were formerly listed on the London Stock Exchange[1] but became a privately listed company in 2018 following a near total buyout by DBAY Advisors.[2]

The company operates from over 40 offices in 16 countries, covering the United States, Europe and Asia. The organisation is made up of Harvey Nash, NashTech, Crimson, Spinks and Talent-IT.

NashTech, the firm's outsourced technology development services subbrand, primarily uses a 1600-strong workforce located across three development centers in Vietnam, and competes with industry leaders like Endava, Epam, Globant, and Kainos.

Harvey Nash, the firm's flagship talent acquisition subbrand, primarily recruits and staffs developers at client companies. Harvey Nash also provides executive search and talent management services. Harvey Nash is a major sponsor of CivTech Accelerator, a 15-week intense curriculum combining rapid product development and business courses. The winners will be accepted into the Scottish Government's CivTech Accelerator initiative, which seeks to resolve a range of problems faced by public sector entities, including national charities and local councils.[3]


  1. ^ "HARVEY NASH GROUP PLC ORD 5P Share Price - Shares - London Stock Exchange". Retrieved 11 September 2013.
  2. ^ Kemp, Kenny (28 December 2018). "Harvey Nash steps off publicly-listed AIM". Insider Publications Ltd. Retrieved 5 September 2019.
  3. ^ Walker, Peter A. (2021-10-12). "CivTech announces Accelerator programme participants". businessInsider. Retrieved 2021-10-27.