An incredibly successful year of growth has paved the way for CSP Systems to become the latest company to be named a patron member of Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce.
In the last three years, CSP Systems which provides specialist print, photocopying, scanning and networking solutions to businesses, charities and educational establishments throughout Yorkshire has successfully grown, the last year end shows an unprecedented 35% growth in revenue, a part of this, is attributed through the contribution of its membership to Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber.
The South Yorkshire based business which operates from headquarters at The Business Village in Barnsley is the nineteenth business to become a patron of the Chamber – the highest level of membership available and was formally welcomed at the popular Chamber Means Business Exhibition which took place at the New York Stadium last week.
The duo, Andy Bethel and Thomas Mackrill, drew on their careers in the reprographic sector spanning more than three decades. They launched CPS Systems in 2016 and have since built a workforce of trained service engineers based within South Yorkshire.
Shortly after launching the business, CSP Systems joined the Chamber as Diamond Members and as a direct result of their membership were able to support a number of member organisations and the decision to become a patron is designed to help more businesses across the region to manage their print and IT systems more effectively.
Andy Bethel, Director, CSP Systems Ltd said: “We are absolutely delighted to become the Chambers latest Patron, we feel it will continue to strengthen CSP Systems brand awareness within the Chamber membership, and the local business community.
“A local business providing a local service by local people, we are looking forward to continuing our growth within the Barnsley & Rother Chamber of Commerce.”
Andrew Denniff, Chief Executive, Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber said: “Andy and Thomas have been great supporters of the Chamber over a number of years and I am delighted they have seen fit to enhance their relationship with us to one of our Patrons”.