Established in 1985, Computers Unlimited sources home and office software, hardware and consumer electronics worldwide for distribution to more than 4,000 partners across Europe. It supplies companies such as Apple and Amazon with products from more than 100 manufacturers. Under founder James Sanson, 50, sales grew 22% to £145.9m after the group focused on selling higher growth brands.

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Company details
CompanyComputers Unlimited
ActivityIT distributor
LocationNorthwest London
Sales £m145.9
Operating profit £m2.1
Main shareholdersJames Sanson (85%), Greenbrook Industries (10%), Samantha Sanson (5%)

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* supplied by Company   † annualised figure   ‡  profit = ebitda