Following a significant year of success, Neil Muller, the CEO for Digital Space has been named in The LDC’s Top 50 Ambitious Business Leaders for 2021.
The Top 50, which is supported by The Times, recognises and celebrates the top inspiring business leaders behind some of the UK’s most successful and fast-growing medium-sized firms. Now in its fourth year, the 2021 programme received a record-breaking 600 nominations from across every corner of the UK and a diverse range of sectors.
Neil Muller surpassed the 600 nominations to be awarded a spot in the Top 50 after judges acknowledged his significant contribution and ambition in developing Digital Space as a leading cloud provider. The judges recognised his drive to deliver high-performing results for clients, by always working to a customer-first ethos.
Neil said: “Digital Space has undertaken a remarkable year of transformation. We started the year having acquired Arcus Cloud Services, which added deep AWS cloud services and expertise into the fold, before announcing our strategic transformation from Timico to Digital Space. In the last year, we have also developed and invested in our customer service offering, launching our cloud management platform, Customer Space and our supply chain service, Tech Space.
“Digital Space has ambitious plans and we are pleased with our transformation into becoming a leading cloud managed services provider. With our Secure Connected Cloud capability formed, we are now focused on helping our customers to digitally transform in order to enable their own growth. We still have lots to do, but I am proud to have our ambition and customer focus recognised in LDC’s Top 50 Ambitious Leaders list.”
John Garner, Head of New Business at LDC, added: “The last 18 months have presented challenges that none of us could have foreseen, but despite everything, it’s fantastic to see that so many business leaders have achieved remarkable things. Through their resourcefulness and resilience, this year’s Top 50 Most Ambitious Leaders prove that the flame of ambition is hard to extinguish. Congratulations to all those featured and we look forward to seeing their continued success and impact, and contribution the broader UK economy.”
Headquartered in Newark-on-Trent, Digital Space boasts an impressive portfolio of corporate enterprise and public sector organisations, with key brands including St John Ambulance, Burger King and Hall and Woodhouse.