Redstor announced as CommonWealthFirst Export Champion

Redstor, the provider of data management, disaster recovery and cloud services, has been selected as one of 30 British businesses to become a CommonWealthFirst Export Champion that will see the firm strengthen their position as a technology vendor and extend the reach of the brand name, including the RBUSS brand which is already recognisable in UK public sectors.

CommonwealthFirst is an initiative by the Commonwealth Enterprise & Investment Council, the business arm of the Commonwealth, that aims to encourage SMEs to trade and invest in 52 markets. The three-year programme (2016-19) was announced at the Commonwealth Business Forum, Malta 2015 and will see 100 outstanding UK SMEs selected to become Commonwealth Export Champions.

Paul Evans, CEO and Co-Founder of Redstor, comments: "We are thrilled to be named a CommonwealthFirst Export Champion amongst only 30 other British companies. Redstor looks forward to working within new countries, building our brand reputation paving the way for data management firms from the UK."

Richard Burge, Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, said "I am delighted to see such an exciting array of applicants to become CommonwealthFirst Export Champions. I look forward to meeting as many of the new cohort as possible at our Export Day in July."

Redstor as an Export Champion

Working as a Commonwealth export champion, Redstor will continue to develop in line with aspirations to increase revenues and to operate in global markets (Canada, United States, Australia, India) within the next 3 years. Having previously been identified as a Little British Battler and selected for TechMarketView's Great British Scaleup programme, Redstor are in a strong position to continue growing whilst continuing to provide the highest level of service to customers across the globe.

By understanding compliance and legislation across industries, Redstor are positioned as a trusted adviser to organisations of all sizes and can give guidance on best practice and procedures around data management and complying with the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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