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Bury St Edmunds based n2s chairman Andrew Gomarsall MBE attends Buckingham Palace reception recognising small businesses





The chairman of a Bury St Edmunds-based company attended a royal reception to recognise the contribution of small businesses to the UK economy.

Andrew Gomarsall MBE, executive chairman of n2s, a technology lifecycle management and IT recycling business, was one of several guests invited to attend the Small Business Reception at Buckingham Palace.

The reception was hosted by King Charles III and non-profit trade association techUK proposed member companies for inclusion on the invite list.

Mr Gomarsall meeting King Charles III. Picture: n2s (61275082)
Mr Gomarsall meeting King Charles III. Picture: n2s (61275082)

Mr Gomarsall said: "I was extremely proud to represent n2s at this prestigious event which was held to mark exceptional recognition by the King for the important role SMEs play in the UK economy.

"This was a very special moment for me, particularly as it is the 20th anniversary this month since my father Jack started the company.

"We are continuing to expand rapidly, creating further job opportunities both locally and nationwide.

"A huge thank you to techUK for putting n2s forward and all the work you do to support and help promote the UK’s growing businesses," he added.

N2s was established in 2002 and refurbishes, remarkets and recycles around 250,000 IT devices and components per year, with none of the equipment processed being wasted.

The company employs 100 people and has offices in Reading, Mansfield, London and Cambridge, as well as the headquarters in Bury St Edmunds.