I hope the moderators won't mind me answering this on the public forum.
In April my company was very busy with web site design projects, developing future plans, and so on. So initially plans for a US web hosting division were dropped. We later picked up the idea again, and after a lot of research, advice and writing a business plan decided to go ahead. Hostit365 is also profitable -- and has been since day one. We're growing at over 20% per month, and we have a customer retention rate of over 95%, with many new customers coming to us by word of mouth.
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, as this is not really a sales forum.
Edit: I just wanted to add, and this is on our site as well, that we've been providing web hosting since 1998. Furthermore, there are absolutely no plans to sell the company, our clients, or anything related to Hostit365 or Avara.Net Limited.
Edit 2: If it's very, very important that your web site basically never goes down at all, I recommend getting a managed dedicated server. The cost is higher, but because you won't be sharing the server with anyone else, you can be sure that no other user attempts to install a badly written script, as that can and sometimes unfortunately will bring down a shared environment.