Reskube launches new funding round

Reskube has launched a new funding round. Early interest in the company, which provides power and internet in a smart, portable box, had £688,000 already committed pre-launch.

UK based Reskube was launched in April 2021 by Fortress Solutions’ Andrew Lawton.

“We’ve been delighted with our success to date, but the truth is we’ve barely scratched the surface. At a time where remote working is becoming the norm, along with the increased threat of power and internet disruption worldwide, it is crucial that remote setups are resilient enough to withstand any challenges they may face,” he said. “Beyond that, this gets even more exciting because the potential application of an all-in-one power and internet solution, which guarantees unbroken access when most needed, is vast. From petrol forecourts and retail to gamers and campers and further to doctor’s surgeries and mobile medical centres in emergency zones.”

It is hoped that additional funding will allow Reskube to continue to expand its range of products, with plans to develop the Reskube Home Pro and Reskube Hub later this year. The company also plans to further develop its UPS and battery control technology.

Reskube achieved Highly Commended status in the Most Innovative Product category of the 2022 Business Continuity Awards.

The 2023 Business Continuity Awards are open for entries now.

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