We have saved our clients £85 million in energy spend to date, which in the current financial climate is of great benefit.’ And the company expects to sign up more clients to the technology as the leaner economic times continue.
It seems there is no end to the UK’s growing appetite for outdoor adventure, and Sheffield-based GO Outdoors has capitalised on this increasingly resilient retail space.
CEO Louie Evans says, ‘In the four years we’ve been around we’ve made big steps in terms of developing the company, as a different skill set is required as you grow from a small company into a medium-sized one.
It starts with having a good product and being passionate about what you do, getting good people on board and seizing opportunities and gaps in the market.’ See also: Ten of the world’s most inspirational business leaders Acquisitions have driven growth at this pharmaceuticals company.
The rapid adoption of smartphones has seen semiconductor business IQE achieve rapid growth during the past year.
In 2009 it had to endure de-stocking in the supply chain.
Beginning with its listing on AIM in June last year, Cupid has undergone impressive international development and achieved its goal of generating more than half of its revenues through overseas growth.
As the co-founder of an international wine trading business, you would think that life would be non-stop long lunches.
Chief executive Andy Makeham has presided over a transformational year at K3.
Following an intensive period of building its internal infrastructure, which involved some careful management team integration, the Manchester-headquartered business is fuelling growth by targeting acquisitions that will deliver more customers.
This venture cites itself as the only specialist recruitment consultancy in the world that operates in the pathology space.
An extensive pathologist candidate database and the support of leading NHS consultants affords the group the means to supply the NHS with a steady stream of only the highest calibre of pathologists.
Chief executive Graham says the business’s ‘unrivalled offering to the market’ has been the key to success.