London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 12, 2012 -- Six Degrees Group announces that it has been named as a finalist in the "Young Company of the Year" category at the Growing Business Awards. The prestigious ceremony, now in its 14th year, is presented by Real Business and the CBI.
The Young Company of the Year Award recognises "brilliant new companies" who have been established for 6 to 36 months. Six Degrees (http://www.6dg.co.uk) entered to award to showcase its significant progress in its first 15 months of trading.
Six Degrees Group provides integrated managed data services linking people, places and clouds. Businesses from all over the UK can access a total communication solution from one outstanding provider. They focus on joining up voice, datacentre, connectivity and on-demand cloud computing services. With seamless integration, our solutions enable customers to talk, store data, access information and share insights - faster, more easily and for less cost
Commenting on the nomination, Alastair Mills, CEO of Six Degrees Group, stated:
"This is a very proud day for us all at Six Degrees Group. These awards are highly coveted with over 350 companies entering. For us to be shortlisted in the face of stiff competition from businesses all over the UK in highly diverse markets is a major accolade. This is a major validation of our strategy and execution at this early stage in our development. I'd like to thank all the team at 6DG plus our customers, without whom we would not be in this position."
Created by Real Business and the CBI in 1999, the Growing Business Awards are the most established recognition for the UK's most innovative entrepreneurs, growing businesses and stars of tomorrow.
The award targets high-growth mid-sized companies; pioneering UK firms breaking into international markets; early-stage disrupters; some of the UK's finest entrepreneurs - all feature in outstanding shortlists for the 2012 Real Business/CBI Growing Business Awards. Now in their 14th year, the awards have a history of celebrating many stars of British enterprise.