68 Ampito Group

Doug Woodburn
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Revenue: £58.1m (+4%)

Net profit: 7.2%     Staff: 51

Perhaps best known for its Vanix network and security integrator arm, this Gatwick-based group defied the pandemic by posting a four per cent revenue rise in calendar 2020. Net profits also beefed up from £3.5m to £4.2m. Founded in 2006 and with offices in Paris, New York, Perth, Nairobi and Hong Kong, Ampito's 15 brands also include 24x7 helpdesk Matec Global, recruitment arm Element and unified IP connectivity outfit Mavoda. Its key vendors include Extreme Networks, Extrahop, Arista and Fortinet.

Covid impact

Despite utilising the government's furlough scheme last year, Ampito claimed its overall position remains "robust".

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