Everyone is looking for a business success secret sauce, and our analysis of fast-growth British companies has shown a correlation with economic slowdowns.
The UK’s fastest growing businesses in the private sector have been revealed in our Hot 100 2016, but where are the locations of these amazing firms?
In this year’s Hot 100 ranking, our annual analysis of the British firms increasing in size, one area stood out among all the others as one of the fastest growing business sectors – the food and drink industry.
The annual Real Business ranking of the fastest growing private companies is here, and this year we have some fascinating sector, geography and age analysis of the Hot 100 2016.
The 2016 edition of the Real Business Hot 100 reveals the UK’s fastest growing private companies, highlighting the variety British business has to offer.
With Busaba featuring in the Real Business 2015 Hot 100 list of fast-growth companies, we decided to get under the skin of the restaurant business and find out just what is making it such hot property.
London's tech industry was declared omnipotent during London Technology Week. But for all of the headline-snatching statistics that show the sector's success, Britain's retail industry is the fastest growing, which makes it the one to watch.
The Real Business Hot 100 2015 list, showcasing Britain's brightest businesses, suggested that we might be seeing a move away from London and the South East as the dominant forces of the UK economy.
Looking back throughout the history of The Hot 100, it has been made undeniably clear that the mid-market sector, Britain’s version of Germany’s “Mittelstand”, has always played a critical role in driving economic growth.
It’s that time of year again, when the team at Real Business brings you the 100 businesses in the UK which are not only showing innovation and dedication to customers, but have the profits and revenues to back it up.
Since being established in 1980 by John Hays, Hays Travel has gone on to open 100 branches nationwide. Its late 2013 acquisition of Bath Travel – the south’s largest independent travel agent – reinforced the company’s position as the leading independent travel agent in the UK.
Founded in 1960 by current chairman Barry Moorcroft, Docherty Group is the largest independent manufacturer and distributor of flue and chimney products and renewable fuel appliances in the UK.