York-based tech company boxxe (formerly SBL) is launching boxxe Community, a new non-profit division that will provide business expertise and technology to charities and educational institutions. The first initiative will help launch a three-year Foundational Degree in Digital Technologies with Cyber Security at the York College University Centre Institute of Technology. Created in close collaboration...
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Technology company SBL, snapped up by entrepreneur Phil Doye a year ago, is rebranding as the organisation steps up its transformation to an innovation-led technology provider.
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Due to the recent Government announcement around COVID-19, we have closed our offices in York and London. This is to ensure that we keep all of our people safe and well, whilst also conforming to the Government advice. We'll still be delivering technology solutions for our customers.
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Phil Doye hit the headlines in 2019 when he returned to the industry with his acquisition of SBL. In his latest interview with CRN, Phil discussed his growth ambitions and plans for SBL, as well as sharing his thoughts on the wider industry as a whole. Here are some of the highlights.
SBL are celebrating today after winning a silver award in the Ministry of Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS). The awards recognise and reward UK employers who show commitment in their support for the military.
SBL are delighted to announce the appointment of two new directors as part of their ambitious growth strategy following the acquisition by Phil Doye in May 2019.
We are delighted to announce SBL’s recent award of the Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) Microsoft 365 Agreement worth £190m.
SBL are delighted to announce a significant investment from technology entrepreneur, Phil Doye. He will acquire 100% of SBL and provide additional follow-on funding to enable growth, both organically and through acquisition.