...150 recruits. XLN founder and chief executive Christian Nellemann said expanding into Sheffield ... future for XLN. It’s a great base, these are the best employees you can get." XLN set up in...
Founder and CEO Christian Nellemann started XLN in 2002 to champion small businesses in the UK. He felt that all too often, micro-sized companies like barbers, cafes, and opticians were getting a raw deal from the giant corporates that provided their essential services.
“We are delighted to be bringing high-quaity connectivity to iPass users in the UK,” said Christian Nellemann, CEO at XLN. “Public Wi-Fi is an important part of our product offering and significant USP for us, so it is great that a large part of our footprint will now be accessible as part of the iPass network.”
Christian Nellemann writes: All businesses nowadays say they’re innovative. They also say they’re green, ethical, and at the forefront of their industry in every conceivable way. The problem is, how many can actually prove what they claim? What’s increasingly rare, but also increasingly refreshing, are those businesses that just get on with being progressive. They of course don’t need to claim – you won’t find the words ‘we are innovative’ on their website, because that space is filled with an example of something innovative they’ve actually done.
Christian Nellemann writes his thoughts on the budget announcements: "Well, the fact that business rates will be calculated on the CPI Index rather than the RPI Index isn’t necessarily the big headline some would have hoped for from today’s budget. But actually, for small businesses, it’s good news..."