Bracknell, 5th November 2013: Last Friday, Wokingham MP and former Cabinet Minister, The Rt Hon John Redwood, visited Redwood Technologies and Content Guru at their UK Headquarters.

During his visit, Mr Redwood toured the group's Bracknell offices and facilities and met some of the team responsible for designing, building and marketing Redwood Technologies’ communication solutions, enjoying in-depth discussions both with senior staff and new hires - 2013 graduates from top UK universities. Mr Redwood also dropped in on a meeting in progress with one of Britain's leading public sector outsourcers, with whom he discussed some of the key efficiency and procurement challenges facing government today.

Left, The Rt Hon. John Redwood MP; right, Martin Taylor, Director of Redwood Technologies

Mr Redwood broke off from his tour to film a live television interview with Sky News - Radius Court serving as an appropriate backdrop.

John Redwood is an eminent champion of the Thames Valley's economic contribution to the UK and European economy and he has long taken a keen interest in his namesake, Redwood Technologies, as an international business, headquartered in the region for 20 years. A pioneer in developing cloud communications infrastructure, Redwood Technologies creates high-value local employment and, together with its overseas arms, generates important Intellectual Property that is used around the world.

John Redwood visited the group's previous UK headquarters five years ago. He shared his views on the business's progress since then:

“It was a pleasure to visit Redwood Technologies again and to catch up with the great growth of the business in recent years. It is an innovative and dynamic company helping people manage their communications and social media.”

Martin Taylor, Director and Co-Founder of Redwood Technologies, also commented:

“We have been privileged to welcome John Redwood to our offices. His deep business and political knowledge made for a highly stimulating discussion ranging across a number of economic and constitutional themes.”


November 5, 2013
Category: News