Avanti Communications Group receives Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2015

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Leading satellite operator awarded UK’s highest accolade for International Trade

Avanti Communications has been awarded The Queen’s Award for Enterprise, the UK’s highest accolade for business success, in recognition of outstanding achievement in delivering growth in exports.

This award is a great honour for Avanti, its partners and its people. It recognises Avanti as a British pioneer in international telecommunications. Our innovations are bringing fast, affordable internet connectivity to high growth markets across Europe, the Middle East and Africa and in so doing are positively changing the lives of many thousands of people.”

David Williams, Chief Executive at Avanti Communications

Avanti connects people wherever they are – in their homes, businesses, in government and on mobiles. Through the HYLAS satellite fleet and more than 150 partners in 118 countries, the network provides ubiquitous internet service to 27 per cent of the World’s population.

Avanti employs 200 people, 73 of whom are multi-lingual from 32 different countries speaking a total of 27 languages.

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