UK Connect Wins Fastest Growing Business
UK Connect wins Fastest Growing Business accolade at the Business Excellence Forum
UK Connect (Formerly Countrywide Telecoms) won the accolade for Fastest Growing Business at the annual Business Excellence Forum and Awards in Liverpool last week, a prestigious event attended by more than 2,000 international business leaders, entrepreneurs and experts.
The Business Excellence Awards – organised by business coaching firm Action Coach – celebrates the ‘best of the best’ in pro-growth business practice and rewards outstanding results by entrepreneurial companies. This prize recognises the speed and agility with which UK Connect has grown its business in the past year, by adapting its model for delivery to its expanding client base including respected housebuilders such as CALA Homes and Taylor Wimpey.
A selection of speakers were present at the two-day forum event, including footballing hero Kenny Daglish and author and entrepreneur Sharon Lechter. Successful business guru Baroness Karren Brady also took part, sharing her own experiences of growing a business and turning West Ham Football Club into one of the most profitable sporting organisations in the world.
PJ Farr, Managing Director of UK Connect, said:
“Winning this award is a testament to the dedication and hard work of the UK Connect team. Our customer-facing approach is vital to our success, and is the reason why we’ve achieved the growth that we have since we launched five years ago. We work hard to make sure that even as our technologies advance and our business expands, our solutions remain tailored to our clients’ needs and our service is personal and friendly. We’ll continue to adopt this approach with every client.”
UK Connect is set for another year of growth, continuing to evolve its popular products and pioneering new ones to deliver an even better connectivity solution to the construction industry. Stay up to date with all updates using UK Connect’ social media channels:
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