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Doug Woodburn
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Revenue: £53.5m (+64%)

Net profit: -21%     Staff: 228

This private equity-backed managed print specialist has had a busy 2021, appointing a new CEO and adding around 2,000 machines in field through its acquisition of Maintel's managed print arm for £4.5m. The London-based outfit - which now understandably styles itself as ‘CCS' - had yet to file its 2021 numbers as Top VARs went to press, but accounts for its acquisition-packed year to 31 March 2020 show revenue rising 64 per cent to £53.4m. EBITDA before exceptional items hiked from £9m to £13.9m.

Covid impact

Trading during the pandemic has been "below normal levels" but "well ahead of the initial expectations at the start of the crisis", CCS said in its 2020 accounts.

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