38 Six Degrees

Doug Woodburn
clock • 1 min read

Key points

Revenue: £105.8m (+6%)

Net profit: -50.2%  Staff: 465

Billing itself as "the UK's leading managed services provider", Charlesbank-backed Six Degrees is built on 17 acquisitions, and claims 59 per cent of its business is based on cloud, managed services, collocation and security. The Avaya, Citrix and Microsoft partner hasn't filed any fresh accounts on Companies House since last year's Top VARs. Old figures for its year to 31 March 2019 show a net loss of £53.2m, EBITDA of £25m and revenues of £105.8m.

Key points

Revenue: £105.8m (+6%)

Net profit: -50.2%  Staff: 465

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