Cybersecurity Insights

Benjamin Hosack

Sunday Times Export Track 100 List Foregenix For Second Year Running

27/02/18 09:16

We're very excited - and honoured - to announce that we have made the Sunday Times Export Track 100 alongside some of Britain's fastest growing exporting businesses.

We recognise that achievements like this are only possible with the support and loyalty of our clients and our talented team - thank you for your support and belief in Foregenix.  The increase in business through the last year has enabled us to grow our teams across the globe and refine our products and services to continue provide the best customer service we can offer.  

We ranked at number 69 in the Sunday Times Lloyds Export Track 100 and are one of only two cyber security businesses to be recognised in the table. It features Britain’s small and medium-sized private companies with the fastest-growing international sales.

Our international sales increased by 49% over the past two years and reached £5.2m in 2017. We couldn’t have achieved this without the hard work of every member of our team, at every level in the business.

Last year we were able to open new offices in Mainz, Germany and Sydney, Australia and in January this year we opened an office in São Paulo, Brazil.  Our office locations enable us to support our clients and partners via a "local" team across the globe.  We’re excited to be expanding our operations internationally and rolling out our security services across the globe. 

The Fast Track website has written up a small profile for us, describing us as ‘globe-trotting cyber-crime consultants’:

“A rise in sophisticated and targeted cyber-attacks, coupled with increasingly stringent customer data protection regulations, helped this cyber-security consultancy to overseas sales of £5.2m last year. It has a team of globe-trotting cyber-crime consultants and its malware scanners, website security and payment protection software are popular with multinational clients across Europe and North America. Led by chief executive Andrew Henwood, 41, the Wiltshire firm boosted its international reach by opening offices in Germany and Australia last year.”

We are always appreciative and humbled by the praise we receive, and we look forward to what 2018 has to offer. Our CEO, Andrew Henwood said:

“We’re very grateful for the recognition and delighted to make the cut into the Sunday Times Lloyds Export Track 100 again this year. We’re very excited about what we’re doing at Foregenix and believe that we are making a hugely positive difference for organisations around the world in helping them to defend their businesses from cyber threats.  Our success is ultimately due to our clients and our talented teams around the globe – we’d like to thank them for their trust and support.”

Andrew Henwood, CEO, talking at GBTA Cape Town Workshop, February 22nd 2018.
Andrew Henwood, CEO, talking at GBTA Cape Town Workshop, February 2018. 

We're looking forward to the rest of 2018 as we increase our focus and investment into our teams, technology, clients and partners globally. 

Thank you once again for your support.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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