Panorama Antennas has held a private event at the National Gallery in London, to celebrate its 75th anniversary.

According to a statement released by the company, the event was attended by guests from across the world, including staff from its UK head office, as well as France, the USA, Singapore and Australia. It was also attended by “a number of major global customers and partners.”

Speaking of the event, managing director Andrew Jesman, said: “It was a great privilege to host this fabulous event as a thank you to all our staff, customers and partners who have contributed to the company’s success over the past 75 years.

“Panorama has come a long way. From humble beginnings as a small light engineering enterprise - founded by an ex-serviceman after the Second World War – to a modern business that employs over 120 staff worldwide and supplys antennas to over 75 countries. We should be immensely proud [as we] continue to innovate and be at the forefront of the antenna industry.”

A spokesperson said: “The event in London comes at a very exciting time [for the company], with both US and French subsidiaries moving into larger, purpose-built facilities later in 2022, as demand for its antenna solutions continues to grow in the market.”

Panorama Antennas is a third-generation family business based in south west London.

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Author: Philip Mason