NorthRow has recently been acknowledged as a member of the London Mayor’s International Business Programme. This invitation-only network showcases and supports London’s high-growth entrepreneurial businesses, and provides links between them and leaders of global businesses and government organisations.
NorthRow, as one of the fifty-five companies in this year’s programme, will have the opportunity to join international trade missions, learn from some of the UK’s most successful business leaders and follow a tailored curriculum to support its internationalisation strategy.
As part of NorthRow’s growth strategy, the company is looking at further international expansion, in addition to deeper penetration domestically in the UK SME market. The company’s AML, KYC and MiFID II solutions are applicable worldwide, as legislation displays significant commonality in all territories.
NorthRow’s close links with the UK’s Department of International Trade, and recent participation on trade missions to the USA and Australia has provided deep insight into international regulation and problems suffered by global businesses. The company is looking to grow rapidly in new territories in order to help more clients solve these problems with its ‘one-stop-shop’ compliance technology and service.
The MIBP membership for 2019 is a further recognition of NorthRow’s success to date and its future ambitions.
Adrian Black, NorthRow’s CEO commented: “NorthRow continues to invest in our market-leading AML, KYB and KYC products and solutions helping us to expand our offering both domestically and internationally. The ongoing support of bodies like the London Mayor’s International Business Programme help accelerate our growth.”
NorthRow is a high-growth technology firm that has demonstrated sustainable growth in the UK and Europe. Initiatives like the London Mayor’s International Business Programme will support NorthRow further both domestically and internationally. Over the next 12 months, NorthRow will have access to workshops, mentoring and international visits in are priority markets and sectors.