Memset Named As Finalist in the Surrey Super Growth Awards

Memset Becomes Finalist in the Surrey Super Growth Awards

Memset, leading British SME supplier of cloud hosting services, is very proud to have been named as a shortlisted finalist in the 2016 Surrey Super Growth Awards - the ultimate list of high-growth companies in the county. 

This is a definitive listing of the county’s best performing companies. With rigorous criteria for companies with more than a £2million turnover and achieving sustained growth over the past three years, Surrey Super Growth Awards founded by Lloyds Bank and RSM is all about celebrating wealth-creating, job-generating success.

Surrey is recognized as a powerhouse of the British economy and provides the largest net contribution to the national GDP after London.

The Surrey Super Growth team have analyzed the financial information filed at Companies House and have created an index of the 60 fastest-growing businesses across the region.

Kate Craig-Wood, MD of Memset said: “Now in our 14th year, Memset has grown steadily and profitably in every year since inception, achieving 77% over the last three. We are delighted to be recognized as one of Surrey’s best for this achievement.”

Most recently we made a significant investment in a high-security, high-efficiency data centre facility on Dunsfold Park not only help us achieve our commitment to sustainable environmentally-friendly hosting but put in place the high security requirements to house sensitive government data.”

David McCulloch, partner at RSM said: “Congratulations to Memset for making the list. They have been consistently providing their customers with high quality services and continue to invest within the county making them a worthy finalist of the inaugural Surrey Super Growth Awards.”

Russell Harvey, mid-markets area director at Lloyds Commercial Banking said: “Despite the economic challenges, it is great to see so many Surrey-based companies across all sectors achieving strong profitable growth.” 

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Posted July 2016 by Katie Olver