Reading-based Exonar recognised by Tech Nation as one of the UK’s fastest growing scaleups

Exonar

A software company is celebrating joining an exclusive cohort of scaleup companies.

Exonar, based in Reading, has been recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing tech scaleups, and invited to join an exciting cohort of other emerging technology businesses. This is a strong endorsement of the potential of Exonar’s world-leading data discovery proposition and our unique mission to enable all organisations to ‘know their data’ and therefore protect and leverage it for the benefit of everyone.

The programme, now entering its sixth year, accelerates the growth of successful scaleups, and has amassed an incredible network of 160 alumni.

Tech Nation’s purpose is to fuel the growth of game-changing founders, leaders and scaling companies so they can positively transform societies, economies and outcomes.  Former programmes run by Tech Nation have nurtured some of the most well-known and disruptive British brands, including ‘Future 50’ alumni Monzo, Deliveroo, AO, CharlieHR, Huddle and many more.

Exonar has been invited to join the latest ‘Upscale 6.0’ programme, designed to bring together the most promising tech startups and help fuel growth.  Scaling a business involves overcoming a number of challenges and ‘growing pains’ along the way.  By sharing insights, experience and perspectives with other companies on a range of issues, supported by Tech Nation’s network, we’ll find a path to overcome barriers to success.

Exonar CEO Danny Reeves said: “the UK is blessed with some of the most innovative technology startups in the world, and it’s great that Tech Nation brings those companies together to help drive British success stories through networks of support.  We’re delighted to join the Upscale 6.0 cohort at the perfect moment for Exonar, as we look to accelerate our growth on the back of successful customer outcomes and as we find a product-market fit for our world-leading technology.”

The Upscale 6.0 cohort includes 30 new brands that could become widely known in the future. Exonar hopes that its growth story will make it one of those.