16 CCS Media

Doug Woodburn
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Key points

Revenue: £244m (+7%)

Net profit: 2.3%  Staff: 487

Counting bed and mattress maker Harrison Spinks among its 14,000 customers, this Chesterfield-based supplies and tech reseller saw revenues spring seven per cent in calendar 2019, with net profits bouncing from £4.7m to £5.7m. The Cisco, Microsoft, Dell, HPE, HP and Lenovo partner opened its third apprentice academy in Romford at the start of the period. Boasting 15 offices, CCS Media offers more than 1.3 million products and works with over 2,000 manufacturers.

Key points

Revenue: £244m (+7%)

Net profit: 2.3%  Staff: 487

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