The Telegraph has highlighted Entanet’s position among 1,000 Britain’s Brightest Businesses. Based on an analysis of private and Alternative Investment Market-listed companies with the help of the innovation expert NESTA, business information specialists Dunn & Bradstreet and a host of membership organisations, The Telegraph’s research highlights companies that stand out and together generate over £50billion in sales. Significantly, all have demonstrated their resilience at a time when the UK economy has faltered.
Commenting, Entanet’s Head of Marketing, Darren Farnden, said: “It’s good to see that, when market condition get tough, British businesses find a way to succeed despite the challenges. What’s interesting is that Entanet is one of just a handful of the UK’s 1,000 brightest businesses that are involved in telecoms and connectivity services. We’ve already been repeatedly placed in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 as well as in The Guardian’s Tech Media Invest ranking and others. This recognition backs up those accolades and reflects the fact that our growth over the last 15 years has been constant and wholly organic.”
Entanet’s continued success has been based on its ability to serve channel partners with an important diversity of voice and data connectivity services, both on a resale and wholesale basis. In recent years the company has invested significantly in its network infrastructure, products and resources to ensure that it can support partners in fast growing but highly competitive markets. Still the only non-BT company to have extended its network to every one of the aggregation points that form BT’s 21st Century Network, its latest product developments have included the launch of FTTC fibre broadband services.