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Another award win for growing telecoms firm


Award-winning IT support and telecoms specialist Wytech has added another accolade to its growing trophy cabinet. The firm, based near Ashbourne,


has been named IT Services Provider of the Year in the 2019 Midlands Enterprise Awards. The awards are run by SME


News, an online business news portal and quarterly digital publication dedicated to celebrating the success of small to medium-sized businesses, which make up the backbone of the UK’s economy. They aim to highlight and reward SMEs from across the Midlands region for their innovation and excellence, as well as their outstanding overall performance. Wytech’s award comes on the


back of a solid period of growth for the company, which saw it expand into a new head office on the Ednaston Business Park, recruit three new members of staff and


‘Wytech’s award comes on the back of a solid period of growth’


including extensive experience working with software providers for the NHS. It has received numerous awards


launch a new website to better showcase its range of services and solutions. Founded in 2004, Wytech


provides businesses of all sizes with a complete tailored solution, including fully-managed IT solutions and bespoke systems and networks. Its team has decades of expertise in IT and telecoms,


and accreditations, including Sophos Silver Partner and Acronis Authorised Cloud Partner, and is Cyber Essentials certified. Wytech’s Managing Director, Mark


Jones (pictured), said: “We’ve had a successful 12 months which has seen us grow the team, win some big projects, relocate to some fantastic new premises and fully redefine our service proposition to customers, so to win another award is just the icing on the cake for Wytech.


“Winning awards such as this


one that are based on merit, rather than votes, is always nice because it highlights the quality of our work, the innovative and collaborative approach we take to solving our clients’ challenges, our commitment to excellence and our dedication to providing a first-class service to everyone we work with. “Although we work with clients


nationally, we are extremely proud of our local roots here in the East Midlands and it’s an honour to be able to fly the flag for this region, which truly is the heartbeat of the UK’s economy.”


Sending support to where it’s needed


A new community interest company has been launched to provide advocacy and practical support and guidance for families of Derbyshire children with special needs and disabilities. SENDS Support will use its


expertise in education to offer a range of chargeable services for families who wish to access bespoke interventions such as positive behaviour support, communication and social skills, support with sensory processing and independent living skills. It also offers parent support


groups and workshops alongside subscription services to education settings and Early Years providers. Its staff training and support


programmes aim to improve support given to pupils in mainstream settings, maximise opportunities for inclusion, learning positive mental health while improving the prospects for all pupils. Director Eloise Barnett said: “Our


strategies take hard work, perseverance and commitment from all involved. They are not an overnight solution - they will take time and patience.


8 business network November 2019 “However, the end results will


improve the life opportunities of the whole family.” Eloise and her Co-director Nicola


Warner have been supported in getting the business off the ground by Chamber enterprise adviser Sarah Smith, who said: “Eloise and Nicola are two of the most dedicated education professionals I’ve ever met, developing and funding this venture alongside their full-time teaching roles. “Their long-term vision is an ambitious one. It involves


Nicola Warner and Eloise Barnett


working with local employers to improve understanding of Special Needs and Disabilities with the aim of developing opportunities for work placements and apprenticeships.”


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