54 Zones

Doug Woodburn
clock • 1 min read

Key points

Revenue: £76m (+20%)

Net profit: 1.2%  Staff: 67

54  Zones

Revenue: £76m (+20%)

Net profit: 1.2%  Staff: 67

Brexit was top of mind for this US reseller's UK subsidiary as it unveiled a 20 per cent calendar 2019 revenue leap. Drawing £37.6m of its £76m top line from the European Union, Zones (EMEA) Ltd is currently weighing up whether to incorporate separate entities in the Netherlands and Germany - to add to an Irish outpost opened this October - as it looks to sidestep future trade barriers. Globally, Washington State-based Zones is a $2.4bn-revenue IT solution provider.

Key points

Revenue: £76m (+20%)

Net profit: 1.2%  Staff: 67

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