Amazon Filters is reported by the London Stock Exchange and Daily Telegraph as being one of the ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’
A project was initiated jointly by the London Stock Exchange and the Daily Telegraph to uncover the SMEs that are the lifeblood of the UK economy.
 
Xavier Rolet, CEO, London Stock Exchange Group commented

"Our report seeks, for the first time, to identify 1,000 of the most exciting small and medium-sized companies in the UK.”

Amazon Filters is pleased and honoured to be amongst such a prestigious group.

Neil Pizzey, Managing Director, Amazon Filters said:
 
“This is a fantastic accolade for the whole team here at Amazon Filters. Our success is underpinned by quality and also
through the application of our knowledge.  As well as what we make and how we make it, is how we apply it to our
customers. This has been key in our rapid development into a true, globally recognised process filter manufacturer and
filtration solution provider. “

The selection criteria required companies to have shown not just growing revenue over at least three of the past four years, but also to have outperformed their sector peers – not just in terms of revenue, but by either growth in employee numbers, square footage or number of filed patents.
In its overview of the report the LSEG states that this was used to “ identify an exciting subset of fast-growing, dynamic businesses from the UK’s 4.5 million plus UK SME companies. These "gazelle" companies, as the CBI calls them, or the "vital six per cent", as think-tank Nesta describes them, are of exceptional importance to UK economic growth and job creation. They are the lifeblood of the UK economy.”

This entry was posted on 9th Dec 2013
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