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Our very own Hannah Lloyd is honoured as a CompTIA ChannelChanger for 2018

And I’m sure that all her colleagues at Inbay, as well as our MSP partners, will join me in congratulating Hannah – and agree it couldn’t happen to a nicer person!

Hannah is one of just three young leaders to be named as a ChannelChanger by CompTIA for 2018.

The programme honours young professionals aged between 21 and 29, who are excelling in their roles with IT Channel organisations. Candidates must be employed by a CompTIA member company and have worked in the IT industry for at least two years.

Hannah joined Inbay four years ago as a graduate trainee and quickly learned the ropes, becoming the company go-to expert for everything MSP. As she worked her way through the business, she has contributed greatly to our international expansion. Her energy and enthusiasm are outstanding and she has built a solid reputation within the MSP community for her knowledge and for the attention she gives everyone she deals with. In her current role as Senior Channel Manager, she is committed to helping our MSP partners grow and be more successful.

Hannah was genuinely thrilled when the ChannelChangers news came through. She is a big fan of CompTIA, and acknowledges how much she has benefited from CompTIA’s training and events.

As this award follows Hannah’s election to the CompTIA UK Channel Community (UKCC) Executive Council for 2018, I feel a double celebration is in order!

Hannah and her fellow 2018 ChannelChangers will be recognised at CompTIA’s ChannelCon 2018, which will be held in Washington, DC from 31st July to 2nd August. We congratulate each one on an impressive achievement. If Hannah is anything to go by, these are just the kind of millennials we want to see working within the Channel.

And just to remind you, Inbay will also be attending ChannelCon as a sponsor and vendor partner so this will be a great opportunity to meet Hannah and some of our Inbay team. We all look forward to seeing you there.

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