proAV has a wealth of unrivalled resources, including an unrivalled 24/7 global support capability that underpins the groundbreaking AV systems we’ve delivered to these international clients.
(PRWEB UK) 21 September 2012
proAV has ranked 49th in the Fast Track 2012 International Track 200 programme, which reflects the organisation’s increasing influence within global market sectors, notably high profile corporate and retail verticals.
The Sunday Times International Track 200 ranks the UK’s mid-market private companies who have demonstrated the fastest-growing international sales and show minimum sales of £25m. The International Track is one of seven league table and networking programmes that identify Britain’s top-performing private companies; its results have been published in The Sunday Times since 1997.
Mark Hazell, Director of proAV, commented:
‘Naturally, we’re delighted to rank so highly in the International Track 200 programme,’ he confirmed. ‘This position reaffirms our continuing success into global markets, a growth that’s being powered by some of the world’s leading brands, from luxury retailers to major financial houses who are turning to proAV’s pioneering AV solutions to redefine and enhance their communication and sales strategies.
‘proAV has a wealth of unrivalled resources, including an unrivalled 24/7 global support capability that underpins the groundbreaking AV systems we’ve delivered to these international clients. Our global partner base now extends to 42 countries across every continent, where more than 2500 highly qualified support personnel operate to proAV’s renowned Global Standard.’
As noted on The Sunday Times’ Fast Track 2012 website, proAV’s international sales grew by 67% in 2011, predominantly through a series of high profile AV installations in mainland Europe, the Americas and the Far East, a trend that looks set to see proAV rank even higher in the 2013 International Track league table.
You can find out more details about proAV’s success in Fast Track 2012 here and view other league tables and network programmes run by The Sunday Times.