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Telereal Trillium tops London league table in Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250

Telereal Trillium tops London league table in Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250

12 October 2017

Telereal Trillium has been recognised as one of the UK’s top firms in the annual Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250, the league table of Britain’s leading private mid-market growth companies published on Sunday, 1 October in the Business section of the Sunday Times.

 

Telereal Trillium has topped the London league table, named by Top Track 250 as the biggest mid-market growth company for the Capital based on annual sales and operating profits. 

The 68 companies featured on the list headquartered in London have increased combined sales by 16% to £17.4bn and operating profits by 45% to £1.8bn, making a strong contribution to the Capital’s economy.  

On the national league table, Telereal Trillium follows sports and supercar maker McLaren Automotive, car distributor IM Group, and Glasgow based City Facilities Management, coming in 4th. The 250 companies on the national league table grew combined sales by 16% to £62.4bn, operating profits by 34% to a record £5.4bn, and staff by 10% to 384,200. Telereal Trillium leads the national league table in terms of highest operating profits.

Sacha Romanovitch, chief executive of Grant Thornton UK LLP, the title sponsor of the league table, praised the companies for their performance: “The UK may be at a pivotal point in its history but the Top Track 250 clearly demonstrates what can be achieved by exciting dynamic businesses. These companies think locally and act globally, they innovate to grow and embrace an entrepreneurial spirit that this country needs to secure a positive post-Brexit future.”

The full league table is published as a 10-page broadsheet supplement with the business section of The Sunday Times, both in print and in the digital edition, and on www.fasttrack.co.uk. It is sponsored by Grant Thornton and Lloyds Banking Group, and compiled by Fast Track, the Oxford firm that researches Britain’s top performing private companies.