SA1 Solutions makes business award shortlist

SA1 Solutions has been announced as one of the businesses shortlisted in this year’s Swansea Bay Business Awards, we have been shortlisted for the business of the year 0-25 employees award along with two other businesses.

The Swansea Bay Business Awards, which has 14 categories that recognise the most outstanding businesses in the Swansea region, will be held on Friday 22 February at a black tie dinner event at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.

SA1 Solutions experienced significant growth during 2018, with the company already anticipating further growth during 2019 due to securing significant contracts with businesses within the South Wales region. The company will be appointing three new members of staff within the first quarter of 2019 as a result of its growing success.

Simon Ahearne, managing director of SA1 Solutions, said:

“We are thrilled to have been shortlisted for the business of the year 0-25 employees award in this year’s Swansea Bay Business Awards. Having been in business for over 14 years, it means a lot to the business to still receive such positive recognition from the local business community.

“We have continued to expand our reach along the M4 corridor in recent years and are confident we will maintain and solidify our services in the wider South Wales region in 2019.”

SA1 Solutions is a leading managed service provider offering services to over 200 customers across the UK.

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