London, UK (PRWEB) October 2, 2006
Mydeo’s Co-Founder and Managing Director, Cary Marsh, has been named one of the most promising figures in the UK business market by Growing Business magazine.
Based on outstanding turnovers, growth forecasts and evidence of having reputable clients, Cary, 34, was selected as one of the ‘Young Guns’ of 2006 from over 100 UK entrepreneurs for the multimedia company that her and partner Iain Millar created in 2004.
Cary comments: “Since Mydeo’s inception, the company has gone from strength to strength. Featuring as one of this year’s high performers is a fantastic accolade and one that not only reflects the work that has gone into the company, but the possibilities that Mydeo as a unique and affordable digital hosting service offers internet users.”
Mydeo allows users to upload and globally stream videos to friends, family or potential customers without surrendering their ownership rights, or exposing their personal footage to the vast gaze of the internet community. Used my Microsoft, the service is experiencing growth of 20 per cent each month and is expected to have 100,000 worldwide by November 2006.
For further information on Mydeo and press releases see http://www.mydeo.com.
Founded in 2004 by Cary Marsh and Iain Millar, Mydeo won a Research & Development Grant for Technical Innovation from the UK Department of Trade and Industry. Mydeo provides quality global streaming video hosting for home and business users. The site provides simple online tools that help users upload, pay for, and distribute videos to friends, family, customers and prospects, as well as live statistics to track how popular videos have been. Real Business Magazine picked Mydeo as ‘a start-up to watch for 2006’
Notes to Press
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Mydeo uses the Limelight Networks for global storage and delivery together with secure streaming to guarantee security for Mydeo users’ content. This means that the humble home video maker can enjoy the quality and reliability of a world-leading streaming network, something they would never have been able to purchase as an individual.
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