ITL Group has been has been selected as one of 25 Kent companies helping to change the world.

The Future List, produced by the Kent Messenger Group, asked a team of judges to debate which businesses were having the most influence on the way people in Kent live and work.

The publication describes all those businesses selected as ‘developing and selling innovative products and services that are transforming lives for the better.’

Tom Cole, CEO, ITL Group, said:

“We’re delighted to be recognised by our peers and included within this list of businesses flying the flag for innovation in Kent. From looking through the selection, I can see we’re in good company.”
“For the past 40 years, our mission has been to deliver the products and services that can indeed change lives . With growth in the US and China there are exciting prospects elsewhere in the business. We are looking forward to continuing that drive for many years to come.”

To read the Future List in full visit Kent Business or click here

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