69. Tangible Benefit

Doug Woodburn
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Revenue: £62.5m (+43%)               

Staff: 66

Recently featuring in a list of 25 UK business that have achieved lightning organic growth without significant external investment, Tangible Benefit saw revenues power up 43 per cent to £62.5m in its year to 31 March 2022 (it turned over just £22m as recently as 2018). Net profits pogoed from £2.8m to £4.7m. Promising on its website to "deliver hardware quickly and cheaply", the London-based reseller counts HP, IBM, SonicWall, Pure Storage and Dell among its vendor compardres.

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