The rebrand includes the incorporation of subsidiary 4site as part of the Indigo brand
Indigo Telecom Group has undergone a rebrand as the telecoms provider announced revenue of £50m for the last financial year.
The telco, which provides fibre, wireless and data centre network engineering support services has changed the name of its company to Indigo from now today (June 16).
This brand refresh includes the full integration of Indigo’s subsidiary 4site as part of the Indigo brand.
It comes as the business grew its revenue from £32m to £50m last year for 2020, despite the global pandemic.
As part of the rebrand, Indigo is strengthening its focus on capitalising on opportunities around data centres, Fibre to the Home (FTTH), 5G, digitisation and telco network services.
Recently appointed CEO Ian Duggan has called the results “hugely encouraging”.
“The growth figures are hugely encouraging for our business and it is testament to the entire team who have worked incredibly hard despite the challenges we’ve all faced over the last year.
“For Indigo, this next phase will certainly be our most challenging – but one we’re excited to enter.”
To date, Indigo’s services are available in 90 countries, with the firm keen to expand on this further.
The company has bolstered its presence in the APAC region, while also scaling up operations in Germany and the USA in response to high demand for fibre, 5G and data centre engineering services.