£40m VAR ponders redundancies

Tom Wright
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Comms provider was voted The Sunday Times' best place to work earlier this year

£40m-revenue comms provider 4com has confirmed that a review of the business could result in a number of job cuts. Bournemouth-based 4com - which was voted The Sunday Times' best company to work...

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