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Funding will double staff numbers

Telecoms firm TenTel grows with RSA aid

Daniel HallidayIndependent telecoms company, TenTel, is to create more than 40 jobs and move to bigger premises outside Edinburgh after receiving £170,000 of government funding.

TenTel is one of the few service providers that offers no-contract broadband and telephone services and has built a team of 50 in its first year.

The regional selective assistance will help it to double its staff over the next 12 months when it will announce the location of its new headquarters.

Daniel Halliday, head of finance (pictured), said: “We have been very well supported by Scottish Enterprise and the RSA funding is extremely important to our future.

“We are absolutely customer focused and it is critical that we are able to build a strong and well-trained team able to deliver the highest standards of customer service.

“This funding will be transformational to the pace at which we can grow our team and continue to serve our customers. We’ve already created a number of great job opportunities and this funding will allow us to create even more as we grow our business in the future.”

Anke Heggie, a senior director in SE’s company growth support team, said: “We are delighted to have been able to support TenTel in their growth ambitions. This funding is set to generate exponential growth by accelerating market penetration.”

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