XLN confirmed in first 50 of Britain’s hottest companies

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Nominated by Lord Young and Sir Terry Leahy as one of Britain's brightest business talents

Christian Nellemann, XLN CEO

Christian Nellemann, XLN CEO

XLN is a thriving and fast-moving company, which continues to grow thanks to our enthusiastic employees...

XLN Business Services, the small business specialist, has made the top 50 on a list of the UK’s fastest growing companies. This list makes up a part of the Accelerate 2013 business conference in Liverpool, representing the 6% of companies which create more than half of new UK jobs.

Christian Nellemann has been named in the first 50 of a 250 strong group of companies including Jamie Oliver's Italian restaurant chain and feelunique.com, which have been hand-picked by Sir Terry Leahy, Tesco’s former boss and David Cameron’s enterprise adviser Lord Young

Nellemann, CEO and Founder said: “I’m ecstatic XLN Business Services has been listed as one of the first 50 companies on this list. XLN is a thriving and fast-moving company, which continues to grow thanks to our enthusiastic employees who back our mission to help small businesses in the UK save money on their business services.”

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XLN is the small business specialist and supplies business phone lines, business broadband, card processing services, energy, insurance and web services to more than 130,000 SME customers throughout the UK.

XLN is located in London, United Kingdom and was founded by Christian Nellemann in 2002. Christian was Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year for Technology and Communication in 2006, winning again in 2010. In 2010 and 2011 XLN also won British Venture Capital Association (BVCA) awards for ‘Best Private Equity Backed Management Team’.

XLN has been a National Business Awards Finalist for 6 years: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2012. In 2007 and 2008, XLN was ranked on the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 survey of the 100 fastest growing technology companies: in 2011 and 2012 XLN was listed as in the Sunday Times Buyout Track 100 and in 2011, 2012 and 2013 was listed in the Sunday Times Profit Track top 100.

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