Metallica and U2 are just two of the bands that use this firm’s video processing products at their concerts. Its Tessera software and hardware is used to boost the performance of LED video walls and is sold to some of the world’s largest event-rental companies. Growth overseas helped push revenues to £5.2m last year, with exports accounting for 80% of sales. Brompton was spun off from Carallon Group by co-founders Chris Hunt, 50, Richard Mead, 42, and Nick Archdale, 52, in July.
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