XMOS included in the E2E Tech 100 list in association with The Independent
Bristol, UK, 21 April 2023 — XMOS is delighted to announce its inclusion in the 2023 E2E Tech 100 list in association with The Independent and in partnership with IWG plc as the strategic founding partner. The list, which was independently verified by data from Experian and Go Live Data, celebrates the UK’s fastest-growing tech companies according to their revenues over the past two years along with a minimum annual turnover of £10 million.
Celebrating tech entrepreneurs and founders across a host of sectors, the E2E Tech 100 is a significant initiative designed to showcase the very best UK companies that are excelling, experiencing consistent growth and presenting disruptive business strategies, creating an impact not just in their own sector, but also on a nationwide and in some cases a global scale.
We were thrilled to join E2E’s celebratory dinner at The House of Lords on the 20th of April, hosted by Shalini Khemka CBE, kindly supported by Lord Bilimoria CBE, DL, Founding Board Director, E2E, Richard Morris, CEO of IWGplc UK and Darryl Eales Chairman of E2E.
Click here to view the full list of those included in the 2023 E2R Tech 100.
Founded in 2011, by Shalini Khemka CBE, E2E is an exciting and thriving powerhouse of ground-breaking entrepreneurs, investors, non-execs and SME focussed corporate organisations. Its entrepreneurial ecosystem provides access to finance, non-execs and high-quality corporate services. E2E’s current community consists of 24,000 SMEs who contribute £230bn in turnover to the UK economy and employ 1.15 million people.
About Shalini Khemka:
As former Chair of the Business Action Council’s Job Retention Scheme Committee, Shalini led the recommendation of policy changes to No.10 Downing Street and the Government. Her work during COVID-19 played a major role in the introduction of the UK Bounce Back Loans scheme, the introduction of Flexi-Furlough and Short Time Working Directive introduced in 2020. Shalini was an Investment Director at LDC, the private equity arm of Lloyd’s Banking. In 1999, Shalini co-founded the world’s first online ‘bank to bank’ trade finance company. She was a Management Accountant at Deutsche Bank and worked in various finance related roles for Bankers Trust, NatWest Bank and Coopers & Lybrand. In 2022, Shalini was awarded a The Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for her services to entrepreneurship.
A deep tech company at the leading edge of the intelligent internet of things (IoT), XMOS addresses the evolving market need for flexible compute to serve an ever-widening range of smart things including voice, imaging, and ambient sensing.
The company’s uniquely flexible xcore processors allow product designers to architect system-on-chip solutions purely in software, enabling faster time to market with differentiated systems that are cost-effective and energy efficient.
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