Total Computer Networks is ranked amongst the UK’s fastest growing private companies in the first ever Investec Mid-Market 100.
Investec, a specialist banking and asset management group, has launched the Mid-Market 100 to showcase Britain’s high-performing, innovative, privately held medium-sized companies. The Mid-Market 100, which is published in The Times, ranks companies based on their average annual turnover growth during the previous four years.
Total Computers are ranked forty-third, with an average growth rate of 32.8%, amongst a diverse group of businesses that range from cheese makers to car dealers.
“The owners of these 100 businesses invest in the long term,” explains Ed Cottrell, Head of Growth & Acquisition Finance at Investec. “They do not allow themselves to be distracted by quarterly results and share-price fluctuations, they are reliable employers and provide the foundation of the British economy.”
“We’ve succeeded by creating an environment in which it’s easy for our sales team to provide exceptional customer service,” comments Aidan Groom, Joint Managing Director of Total Computer Networks. “But it’s important to balance the desire for growth against the need to do so in a controlled and sustainable way and each year we make investments in the business that enable us to continue to grow manageably.”