Jigsaw24, the leading B2B technology solutions provider, has marked its 30th anniversary by announcing record revenue of £168.5m for the year to May 31, 2022.

The figure is an increase of £10m on the 2021 turnover, while EBITDA also rose 10 per cent to £6.6m.

Headquartered in Nottingham, the business has also grown its workforce by 15 per cent to more than 300 as it looks to strengthen its position as a leading UK Apple enterprise and media solutions provider.

Roger Whittle, founder and CEO of Jigsaw24, said: “The financial results for our last full year are testament to the strength of our business and the developments we have made during the last 12 months.

“Our partnerships, our premises and our people are now unmatched within the reseller community, and we believe that the success of our last financial year puts us in an excellent position as we continue to provide customers with best of breed solutions.

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“During the next year, we strongly believe that Mac will continue to grow at an exponential rate in enterprise, and our capability to support both all-Apple and multi-vendor environments is unmatched within the IT industry.”

Part of Jigsaw24’s success has been down to the growth in demand for Apple products from corporates across the UK as they embrace hybrid working.

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In 2021, the company opened a new service centre which has enabled further expansion of its service portfolio.

Other highlights during the last 12 months include the appointment of Peter Bertram as non-executive chairman and new hires across services, HR, finance, sales and supply chain.