PRLog - Dec. 3, 2012 - SWANSEA, U.K. -- Save Britain Money, who supply money saving services and products, were one of only two Welsh companies on the list, with Chromogenex of Llanelli ranked at number 99. Save Britain Money were established in 2005 and provide a range of services to the British public including; energy efficiency surveys and installation, renewable energy advice, PPI claims management, online and telephone fuel switching and debt management plans.
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This is the 16th year of the prestigious Fast Track awards which ranks Britain’s 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years. The full list was published in The Sunday Times on December 2nd. The 16th annual Fast Track 100 national awards dinner is being held at Richard Branson’s family home in Kidlington, Oxfordshire in May.
The Fast Track 100 recognition caps a memorable year of expansion and success for Save Britain Money. During 2012 SBM has opened three new offices, grown their staff levels from 330 to over 1,000, added two companies to the group and doubled turnover to £25.8million.
Neville Wilshire is the CEO of Save Britain Money and was delighted to be listed as a Fast Track 100 company. “To receive this prestigious accolade is a fitting end to an outstanding year for Save Britain Money. I am grateful to all of my staff for their hard work during 2012 I see this as real recognition of the talent that I have working for me.”
“I believe the success achieved by the companies in the Fast Track 100 show what can be achieved, even in difficult trading conditions, when the product or service accurately reflects the needs of the customer. I am looking forward to providing an even greater range of services to our customers in 2013 and repeating this success.”
Sir Richard Branson of Virgin, who are title sponsors of the award, said “This year’s Fast Track 100 companies achieved, on average, sales growth of 89% a year over the last three years of available accounts, from combined sales of £504million in 2008-09 to £2.7billion in 2011-12.”