SUSSEX-BASED Flare Audio has been singled out as an example of British innovation by the Government in its annual Parliamentary Review, published by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS).
The review, which showcases businesses who demonstrate best practice at every level of industry, carries a foreword by Prime Minister Theresa May and highlight’s Flare’s development of “revolutionary” loudspeaker technology promising a new level of audio clarity.
The company, which works with artistes and venues including Art of Noise, Tony Visconti, Shane Filan and The Sheffield Leadmill (cap. 900), has also sold over 200,000 of its Isolate ear protectors, many to audio professionals, and raised over £2 million through crowdfunding for the product.
“Our vision at Flare is to become a global force in sound technology and it was very encouraging to have been recognised at such an early stage of our growth,” says Flare founder Davies Roberts.