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8 April 2019

Data from Fame used in The Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100

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The Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100 used data from Fame to rank 100 private companies in Britain with the fastest-growing profits.

Companies included in the rankings were measured by profits in their 3 latest years. According to the criteria, the companies:

  • were private UK companies and not subsidiaries
  • had profits of at least £500,000 in their base year (2014 or 2015) and profits of at least £3 million in the latest year (2017 or 2018)
  • saw profits increase in their latest year

Companies excluded from the rankings were:

  • pure property and financial trading companies
  • those with restricted accounts
  • equal joint ventures or those majority-owned by other companies

The top 5 

The 5 British companies with the fastest-growing profits had annual profit growth ranging from 129% to 191%. They were:

  • Loveholidays, an online travel agency
  • Gymshark, a fitness clothing retailer
  • Revolution Beauty, a beauty products retailer
  • Arlington Industries Group, an automotive and aerospace components supplier
  • AerFin, an aircraft equipment services provider

See the full Profit Track 100 league table

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