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  • Nottinghamshire Growth Report 2019

    The county's top 50 fastest-growing businesses in latest growth barometer

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Nottinghamshire Growth Report 2019

01 October 2019

Our latest Nottinghamshire Growth Report 2019 highlights the variety and scope of growing businesses in the region and includes interviews with leading institutions such as Nottingham Trent University.

It also features some of the companies featured in this year's top 50 including family auctioneer business, John Pye & Sons which celebrated its 50th year last year, and Blades Restaurants which is run by Jerry Nicholls, a McDonald’s franchise holder who started his career on the shop floor of the fast-food chain in 1985 and now owns nine restaurants across Nottinghamshire - including the one he first worked in.

Some key findings in this report include: 

  • The top 50 businesses have generated a total revenue of £1.7bn in the past year, achieving average growth of c£50m each year for the two years previous.
  • SDL Property Services Group tops the list with an 86% revenue increase over the past three years, reaching sales in excess of 884m.
  • Le Bistrot Pierre also hit revenue growth of 86% in its last reported accounts and also topped the rankings for employee growth in the last three years, creating nearly 600 new jobs and making it the county's second biggest employer.
  • Retail and wholesale companies lead the charge for, the county with 15 of the businesses in the top 50 list coming from the sector and tracking at average growth rate of 25%.

For more information about the research or for a copy of the report, please get in touch with Laurie Hannant, Business Assurance Partner or Rena Gohil, Business Development Manager for the Midlands.

Download the full Nottinghamshire Growth Report 2019