99. GVAV Ltd

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Revenue: £44.3m (+36%)            

Staff: 113

This London-based, higher education-focused audiovisual provider overcame stock shortages to record a 36 per cent revenue leap in its year to 31 March 2022, propelling it into CRN Top VARs for the first time. Net profits rose from £2.3m to £2.8m. In annual accounts filed in December 2022, GVAV said it "has continued to thrive" in its fiscal 2023, with its current order book "at a record high". It recently opened a Dundee branch to boost service for Scottish customers.

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