Laser Quantum has been listed in the first cohort of CommonwealthFirst Export Champions. The recognition is based upon the level of impact, innovation, ambition and ability to succeed across commonwealth markets. The Sunday Times SME Export track 100 and the WardHadaway’s top 50, highlighting the export growth and profitability of the fastest growing UK companies, support this success of Laser Quantum in both the domestic and export market.
The Commonwealth market includes 53 countries for trade and investment and represents one-third of the world’s population. Building up this network is of critical importance to many industries and Laser Quantum has established strong links with many of these countries and continues to invest in them.
Lawrie Gloster, CEO of Laser Quantum said ‘This recognition of our export achievement is very pleasing. As we continue to grow year on year, the Commonwealth has become an important market place for our company. Our exports are central to our business, and building partnerships within these countries, with our shared history, has helped us to be recognised by the Sunday Times SME Export track 100. We hope to continue this excellent work and to strengthen our trade links between the commonwealth and the UK.’
Laser Quantum, headquartered in Stockport UK, is honoured to be a CommonwealthFirst Export Champion, and aims to continue its dedication to its products and customers to drive both relationships and scientific research forward.