AND Digital Named as ‘Little British Battler 2016’ by TechMarketView
15 November 2016 |
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TechMarketView is known for both championing disruptive SMEs and recognising the smaller UK software and IT services firms who are “making waves within in the industry for their size”. The ‘Little British Battler’ programme recognises the most innovative SMEs within the industry and since their launch in 2012, they have been a key body for recognition for the industry. Today we are proud to announce that this year we are one of the 12 chosen to hold the title of “Little British Battler” 2016.
As part of being chosen, this morning our CEO Paramjit Uppal and our Marketing Lead Claire Baxter met the TechMarketView analyst team, and Paramjit was able to present and share our aspirations, ambitions and challenges and in turn receive constructive feedback. We presented on our BHAGS, our unique company structure, our business growth goals, as well as our positioning amongst our competitors.
During the presentation the group had a lively conversation and the TechMarketView team were able to give helpful challenges and advice on the business model, our goals and plans for the future.
Paramjit mentioned after the event “we are excited to be recognised as an emerging leader in the UK tech scene by TechMarketView and appreciate the insights from the TMC team and LBB team to help us continue in our mission to disrupt professional services and grow at speed.”.
As one of the dozen participants, AND Digital will also be published in UKHotViews and be featured in a report available to TechMarketView subscription clients.
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