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Restore Plc – a group of companies supporting organisations become effective, efficient and secure


Restore Plc is the leading UK owned document management company. Our values are based on our customers and their strategies, and ensuring we adapt and improve to support them. Restore has grown but also evolved with our customers, maintaining long-term relationships with the majority of who we support.

To provide our customers with the peace of mind they openly desire, Restore Plc is made up from five sister companies, who together offer a complete chain of custody for your information. In turn, provide reassurance that security and compliance is always maintained.

 

 

With 1,893 employees, 75 nationwide sites and posting a revenue of £176.2m and a pre-tax profit of £31.2m, our clients know that they are in a safe pair of hands and will get the long-term support they require. However, due to our nationwide locations, we are always close by, so quite often your data is held or processed at centre near you, and we always encourage face-to-face meetings, or site visits should need them.

 

 

This financial security comes with responsibility and Restore is commitment to its CSR strategy, and our quarterly newsletter which brings to life the strategy’s objectives in practice is always available on our website.

 

Meet our new Group CEO, Charles Bligh

 

Charles Bligh was appointed CEO of the Group from April 2019.

Charles was previously Chief Operating Officer and main Board Director at TalkTalk Telecom Group plc, which he joined in 2011. He previously spent 20 years at IBM Corporation in various countries, culminating in his role as Vice President, Commercial Sector in UK and Ireland.

Charles is also a trustee of the National Children’s Orchestras of Great Britain.

 

Neil Ritchie, Chief Financial Officer

 

Neil Ritchie is currently CFO of Mulberry Group plc and prior to this spent 14 years within the technology business Dyson, where he held a variety of commercial and finance roles. He’ll join Restore on 1st October, replacing our current CFO Adam Councell who will be joining Fullers.

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