HTL Group is among just 25 North East based companies featured in this year’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’ list. The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) list celebrates the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in the UK.
To be recognised, HTL had to show significant growth over the course of 3 years, as well as stand out amongst their peers across the UK. Nationally, the featured companies recorded an average revenue growth of 41.2% and have created more than 42 000 jobs over the period.
HTL Group’s Senior Commercial Director, PJ O’Connell, commented: “This is a fantastic achievement for HTL. There are nearly 6 million SME’s in the UK, so to be considered in the top 1000 recognises the hard work and dedication from our whole team. Our customers across various industries recognise HTL’s focus on best in class service and innovation. It has provided us with the resilience needed in these challenging economic climates.”
As well as identifying 1000 companies, the annual report examines in detail the opportunities and challenges facing UK SMEs, with a particular focus on the crucial need to rebuild the economy following the effect of COVID-19 on all industries.
David Schwimmer, CEO of the London Stock Exchange, added, “In this challenging year for businesses, it is more important than ever to shine a light on these stories of resilience and entrepreneurship. The success of UK SMEs is crucial as we rebuild a post COVID-19 economy, and LSEG is committed to helping growth companies achieve their potential.”
HTL Group continues to support local businesses and economies across England and Scotland. HTL's continued growth in the controlled bolting sector has shown a keen ability to respond to a variety of economic challenges, whilst remaining committed to the needs of the market.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/02122020/htl-group-named-amongst-most-inspiring-british-companies/
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