British entrepreneur Danny Williams has an estimated net worth of $32 million (£20m) as of 2015, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. Williams launched PC Specialist, a Wakefield-based computer maker and software supplier, in 2003; as a teenager building computers in his bedroom at home. The company is enjoying success providing a wide range of IT services to businesses and the education sector. Its clients include many universities, schools and colleges nationwide. The firm is a Microsoft Silver OEM Hardware Partner and a Platinum Intel Technology Provider. It keeps close links with manufacturers and distributors to ensure the firm is kept informed about product changes. One such close relationship, with Clevo, a leading manufacturers of quality laptop chassis, has led to a sizeable increase in laptop sales. According to the Sunday Times report, he made over £1.7m profit on £17.2m sales in 2011. Williams owns it all.