ITI Network Services welcomed as new Chamber Patron

21-year-old telecommunications firm with multi-national client base becomes Sheffield Chamber Patron

ITI Network Services, an expanding wireless and telecoms business with an extensive UK and international client base, has become a Patron of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce.

iti_networkservices_logo_colThe Sheffield-based firm has been involved in installation of wireless and fixed-line telecoms infrastructure in locations including Buckingham Palace, Downing Street, theme parks, Olympic venues, retail chains, council buildings, Ministry of Defence sites and public wifi in large cities.

ITI was a finalist in two categories of the 2016 Sheffield Business Awards, and was subject to a management buyout led by managing director Jason Denmark in 2016.

Since the MBO, ITI Network Services has relocated its head office to accommodate its growing team, moving from a longstanding home in historic Aizlewood’s Mill to a 2500 square foot suite within Albion House, “the foundation for its ambitious expansion,” according to Jason Denmark.

A sister company was launched in December, ITI Electrical Services, and Jason Denmark says Patronage of Sheffield Chamber is a natural step.

He commented, “ITI is proud to be working with many Sheffield City Region businesses, some of which are our clients and some within our supply chain. As we implement our business growth strategy, with ambitious and exciting plans to develop ITI Network Services and associated businesses such as ITI Electrical Services, it makes absolute sense to work as closely as possible to support the work of The Sheffield Chamber. It’s a proactive organisation, working hard to support members and we look forward to taking an active part in Chamber events and activities over the coming year.”

Richard Wright, chief executive of Sheffield Chamber, added, “We are delighted to be working with ITI Network Services. They are exemplars of good practice in the city. An SME taking a national/international approach bringing wealth into the city with a strong strategic approach to the future. They are also growing and driving their long term sustainability by investing in new products and services which is what every business needs to do to survive. The Chamber has tried to develop its offer over the last few years to support all businesses do that and we are delighted that ITI want to be part of that.”

For more information about ITI Network Services visit www.itinetworkservices.com

For more information regarding the Sheffield Chamber call 0114 201 8888 or visit www.scci.org.uk