A west London design company that received royal recognition today for its spectacular export growth has warned of the impact of a hard/no deal Brexit.
Representative Deputy Lieutenant for the London Borough of Ealing, Richard Kornicki today presented the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade to Acton based business Rex London. Since 2012 the company’s exports - to more than 70 countries worldwide - have soared by more than 250%, accounting for around 55% of total sales last year. More than 60% of those international sales went to the EU – with France, Germany, Spain and Belgium being the key markets.
Rex London designs and sells gift and homeware products from its Acton Vale base, where it employs more than 70 people and produced a £12 million turnover in 2018.
Sales Director Nigel Biggs highlights the importance of staying connected with international customers, attributing Rex London’s successes to this outward facing...