Published: 08:58, 27 July 2018
| Updated: 11:20, 27 July 2018
A data centre in Maidstone is hoping to secure new customers by offering technology start-ups with free storage.
The Custodian Data Centre, in Maidstone, hosts businesses IT services and cloud services and works with the technology firm Holiday Extras, based near Hythe.
Now it is offering new tech firms the chance to use its services for free for three months on a discounted six month programme.
Rowland Kinch, Custodian's CEO, said: “Britain’s technology start-up sector is really beginning to take off. We want to give ambitious entrepreneurs every chance to succeed.
“Some of our biggest clients today were once a tech start-up, growing from a few servers to hundreds across our data floors.
"Our tech start-up initiative will really aim to help these people grow in what can be the make or break era for their business.”
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