In Touch Recognised as the Fastest Growing E-commerce Business in the North West by GP Bullhound

In Touch Recognised as the Fastest Growing E-commerce Business in the North West by GP Bullhound


In Touch News

For the second year running, In Touch, an online training and development platform for elite professionals, has been recognised as the Fastest Growing E-Commerce Company of the Year. This year it ranked 2nd for overall growth at the Northern Tech Awards (2019)

Once a year, GP Bullhound holds the Northern Tech Awards to celebrate the top performing technology businesses in the North West. The awards – held last night (28 March) at the Albert Hall in Manchester– highlighted key players in the regions digital sector.

The ranking was chosen by a panel of judges, with a selection of high-profile judges, including Ian Brown, Chief Executive of BookingGo, David Moss, Co-Founder of Blue Prism, Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, president of TechUK and many more.

In Touch CEO, Matthew Roberts said: “Our placing in the Northern Tech Awards reflects of the incredible growth we’ve seen, especially over the last 6 months. It helps us to further strengthen our position as a leader within digital industries and to further expand our international growth.

Recognition on this scale is always rewarding to receive and adds to a string of previous awards, the most recent to this being recognised as the 70TH fastest growing company In Europe by the Financial Times and ranking in the Business Cloud North Tech 251.

This placing further serves as a translation of the passionate and forward-thinking force which is found at the core of In Touch. We’re looking forward to the further innovation we’ll be bringing to the market this year.”

To find out more about the awards and winners click here

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