XLN Business Services, the small business specialist, has been listed as one of Britain’s Brightest Businesses in the Telegraph 1000. The Telegraph 1000 is both a recognition and celebration of the top 1000 UK mid-sized companies that have weathered the economic storm and are set to be the foundation of the UK’s recovery.
XLN has also secured a place in the Sunday Times Profit Track for the third successive year and the Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout track for the second year running. All of these achievements build awareness of XLN’s determination to champion the small business owner.
XLN have expanded their services from their roots in discount phone and broadband to provide low cost card processing, business mobile and energy. All of these services empower small businesses so they can save money and plough much needed finance into other avenues that small businesses need to do to survive in these difficult times. James Wilson, Marketing Director at XLN Business Services said, “Our fanatical focus on delivering top quality service and low prices to Britain’s small businesses has driven 11 years of continuous growth. Small businesses are the powerhouse of economic growth and we are now second only to BT in this sector.”