Channel Telecom has announced a record turnover in excess of £10million. Representing year on year growth of over 40%.
The Essex-based company currently employs 25 people in its Buckhurst Hill offices and has seen expansion across the board, with several new staff members, bigger offices and over 100 new Channel partners in 2015.
This news caps off what was a fantastic 2015 for Channel Telecom having been recognised in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100, and winning awards for both its Marketing Team and MD Clifford Norton, who was crowned ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ at the Comms Business annual awards in June.
Channel Telecom attribute this phenomenal success to its positive partner acquisition programme, creative and innovative approach to marketing and exceptional service from sales to support. In an ever more competitive market, Channel Telecom has risen above many of its competitors and has established itself as the choice for the channel.
MD Clifford Norton, who founded Channel Telecom in 2008, has overseen turnover exceed all forecasts over the past eight years and now has his sights firmly set on bigger and better in 2016.
He said: “The telecoms industry and the channel, are both changing at an unprecedented rate. Many companies have tried but failed, showing just how challenging an environment it can be. We knew in order to succeed we had to be able to adapt and evolve with market demands.
“What makes Channel Telecom successful is that every decision I make or have made has been with our partners in mind. That ethos is something that has been instilled right across the company, from sales to support, accounts to marketing. Our partners are what make Channel Telecom successful: if we look after them, nurture them, and provide all the necessary tools and knowledge they need to grow, success will follow.
“This approach has seen the company achieve increasing success, whether that be in the form of financial measures, industry awards or simply our ever-growing partner base.
“We have tremendous plans for the next 12 months, such as launching our own pricing portals and a nationwide partner accreditation programme, which together
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