Kelway

London’s Kelway plans to become a £1bn turnover business: 49% sales growth to £527m in the year to March catapults the IT hardware and services specialist closer to its target. The firm says it helps customers focus on their businesses rather than their IT. Under founder Phil Doye, 46, it is growing rapidly overseas, with offices in South Africa, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates.

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Company details
Year2014
Rank20
CompanyKelway
ActivityIT services provider
LocationCentral London
Sales £m527.0
Operating profit £m14.0
Main shareholdersPhil Doye & family (55%), Core Capital (28%), Dan Laws (9%), other management & staff (8%)
Staff946
Founded1990
Websitewww.kelway.co.uk

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