Clove Technology was founded in 1992 by Chris Love to target the emerging mobile computing market.
This rapidly evolving market moved from PDAs and other digital organisers to early Windows-based smartphones, and finally the modern smartphone systems available today.
Throughout the years, Clove has been able to quickly adapt to the changing scenery of this industry, striking up partnerships with new manufacturers and distributors, and ensuring the latest products are available to a global audience at reasonable prices. We have also branched into other areas of both business and consumer technology such as Oregon Scientific weather stations, navigation aids, drones, Connected Home equipment and vehicle recorders (dash cams).
Operating as a Partnership between Chris Love and his wife Jill until 2017, Chris Love then sold the business to Hugh Symons eXchange Ltd. Daily operations remain the same and Clove Technology is now a trading name of Hugh Symons eXchange.
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