The Leeds-based company has been short-listed for the respected ‘Top 42 Under 42’ entrepreneur award due to its success and enviable year-on-year growth since formation. The award recognises the success of new, young companies and their founding directors across the Yorkshire region of UK.
Chris Berry, 27, Business development director, set up Liquid Voice with technical director Andrew Barrett, also 27, following a track record of success with Civica, one of UK’s biggest service companies.
“It’s an honour to be recognised in this way. We certainly did not expect to be nominated for such an award so early in our company development,” says Chris Berry.
Call recording company Liquid Voice have been named as finalists in a top UK business awards scheme.
Liquid Voice (liquidvoice.co.uk) call recording products are used by local authorities, blue chip corporations, SMEs and leading service companies throughout UK.
The company specialises in sophisticated call recording software and, while there are many competitors, Andrew Barrett says what distinguishes their products is their powerful features and ease of use. “In addition to attracting many of our competitor’s resellers, we are seeing many end-users taking out old systems made by rivals and replacing them with ours”.
Peter Baber of Yorkshire Business Insider, says: “The awards aim to recognise the achievements of 42 entrepreneurs aged 42 or under and are a key event in the Yorkshire business calendar. Liquid Voice is one of the companies that are not only succeeding today, but we believe will be stars of the future”.