The Horizone approach

At Horizone, our aim is to build long-term relationships with our clients. We are committed to delivering exceptional service with expert guidance and fair pricing. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we strive to earn your trust and recommendations within the business community.

Established in 1995 with a network of eight mobile phone shops across East Anglia, our evolution has led us to focus exclusively on B2B. Our product set has expanded far beyond mobile phones. Now, we specialise in identifying the tech solutions that will propel your business forward and take your customer experience to the next level.

Mark Acketts


Technology career since the 80s. Mark is an expert at aligning technology with customer needs. He’s dedicated to providing unparalleled service at Horizone. Outside of work he enjoys hill walking and climbing.

Sarah George


Our mobile expert, Sarah is known for her consistent delivery of exceptional service – securing commercials and a service wrap others rarely beat. She has a penchant for all things Italian.

Steve Rowley

Sales Manager

With a telecoms background dating back to the era of brick-sized mobile phones, Steve insists on understanding customers before talking technology. Outside of work, you’ll often find him sailing on the Blackwater Estuary.

Sam Hawkins

IT Technician

Sam specialises in IT and telecoms support, aiming to resolve issues in a single call while offering reliable advice. Beyond work, he’s an avid music fan.

Brandon Stearn

IT Technician

Specialises in IT and mobile support. Along with Sam, Brandon aims to fix problems in one call whilst ensuring customers get trustworthy advice. Enthusiastic gamer.

Lee Gower

Finance Manager

With over 40 years of experience, Lee traded a City career for Maldon and has never looked back. Now, he’s trying to carve out more time to play golf.

Byrhtnoth Statue


Honorary member

We’ve adopted Byrhtnoth as an honorary member of the team.  In 991 the Vikings, led by Olaf Tryggvason, sailed up The Blackwater and landed on Northey Island to be met by Byrhtnoth and a small band of local Anglo-Saxons.  Olaf offered to sail away if paid with gold but Byrhtnoth decided to stand firm and the Battle of Maldon ensued.  Olaf and his Vikings won, unfortunately Byrhtnoth was killed.  A statue of Byrhtnoth now stands in Maldon’s Promenade Park overlooking Northey Island.