Company reports £22m revenue in the UK for 2012

TP-Link thanks new partnerships with British retailers for £22m revenue

TP-Link has revealed that the company achieved £22 million in revenue in the UK for 2012, and global company revenue of $1.47 billion.

The network products provider said new partnerships with British retailers and the launch of new products helped drive the company growth and market share.

The company has also recently expanded into new markets with additions to its global network of subsidiaries.

“After a successful 2012 and start of 2013 for TP-LINK, our strategy will continue to focus on fostering growth within the networking and communications industry by providing high-quality networking products that are reliable and user-friendly,” said Eric Wang, country manager of TP-LINK UK.

“The fact that the main retailers in the UK have included the latest TP-LINK devices within their product ranges is a testament to the effort and value that we have invested, and will continue to invest, into developing stronger partnerships.”

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