We are extremely pleased to announce that Control F1 has been named as a Little British Battler as part of the “Magnificent Seventh” TechMarketView’s Little British Battlers Day. This accolade is awarded to innovative SMEs who are punching above their weight in business – a category we are very proud to fit into!
Out of hundreds of applications, we have secured one of the 12 highly sought after places. The other 11 SMEs from across the nation include enterprise auction platform Perfect Channel, analytics providers Aqila Insight and nanotechnology experts Memset. As the only winner that’s headquartered in Yorkshire, we’re extremely proud to be distinguished as an example of the innovation, expertise and drive of the Northern Powerhouse.
The award provides a platform to showcase the skills and ability of our fantastic – and ever growing – team at Control F1. We are currently expanding at an extraordinary rate, working in many different sectors and innovating in all.
The Control F1 team will head to London on 12th November to receive bespoke feedback from TechMarketView Research Directors and Senior Partners from London’s technology merchant bank MXC Capital.
Our Managing Director Andy Dumbell has commented:
“We’re delighted to have been named a Little British Battler – we may be relatively small in size, but our ambitions are big! In fact, it has been a big year for us all round – we’ve quadrupled our turnover, created over 30 job opportunities and secured external investment. Winning this accolade is the icing on the cake!”
Knowing of the success of the previous winners of the Little British Battler Programme, this takes us a step closer to achieving our goals, and we are extremely honoured to have won this coveted title.
TechMarketView will be publishing highlights from the day as well as the Little British Battler Report, which will be published in early December. Keep an eye on our social media channels – we’ll be live tweeting from the event, as well as covering the release of the highlights and subsequent report from TechMarketView.