Building on his experience at telecoms providers such as BT and Energis, Christopher Britton founded European Telecommunications and Technology (ETT) in 1998. From its five offices worldwide, ETT helps to build networks for global clients, of which the largest is Ford. The firm specialises in linking disparate technologies, such as satellite and cable, but by working with 45 other telecoms companies it can handle all the telecoms requirements of its customers. Britton says the company has raised £13.5m from four venture-capital firms since 1999, and expects to break even later this year. Its sales have grown 73% a year from £4.4m in 2000 to £13.1m in 2002.
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