Redstor named one of LSE’s most inspiring British companies

Founded in 1998, Redstor has seen significant growth and continued success since starting up. In January 2016, the firm announced a 20 per cent increase in the company’s gross profit as well as a 50 per cent increase in its development team. Today, Redstor has over 300 partners worldwide and its services are used by over 25,000 end users. In September 2015, the Reading based firm acquired South African software developer Attix5.

Following the publication of the report, Paul Evans, Redstor co-founder and CEO, commented, ‘We are extremely proud to be part of the 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain report; flying the flag for UK enterprises. Redstor has always been an ambitious company with global aspirations and we have been very fortunate to see continued growth, both organically and through the acquisition of Attix5.’

Xavier Rolet, chief executive of the LSE, said, ‘High growth SMEs are the driving force behind the UK economy, developing the skills, jobs and
growth we need. But ambition alone is not enough; their success must be highlighted and their growth properly supported with appropriate
finance.’

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