Guerilla ICT are changing the way new technology is deployed, consumed, contracted and managed in order to bring real benefits to UK businesses.

The Issue

Guerilla ICT were on a journey to break the current status quo that holds back businesses from gaining a competitive advantage through use of technology, but were struggling to define a clear value proposition and plan that would support their ambitious growth and create significant shareholder value.

The Solution

DropJaw advised the Guerilla leadership team on the best corporate and organisational structures to establish a solid operating model, along with providing the initial seed capital and go to market plan. In order to support the future growth of the company, DropJaw also provide ongoing strategic guidance and advice to the founder and the management team to ensure they deliver on their stated objectives.

The Result

With the help of DropJaw, Guerilla ICT has achieved +100% year-on-year growth for the past three years and have now established itself as a proven technology partner to caravan/lodge parks, service office providers, developers and automotive outlets.

The future is bright for Guerilla as they continue to grow.

Guerilla ICT Managing Director, Craig Hall, said “Once we had decided to partner with DropJaw, we hit the ground running. They helped us not only with the practical elements of forming a company, but with our identity and our differentials in our sector. There was patience as we navigated lockdowns and advice on tap whilst we defined our markets and our route to financial returns.”

“We are achieving great things for people and that is not luck, it is vision, hard work and importantly, knowledge and support behind us to stay pragmatic. DropJaw are with us for the long haul and that is great news for our Company!

Roy Shelton said “Working with Craig and his team has been challenging yet refreshing. Craig’s appetite for success and technical creativity is amazing and only matched by his ongoing commitment and resilience.”

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