Wales’ fastest growing indigenous business can be revealed as ALS Managed Services. The innovative recruitment and staffing solutions firm, which recently moved from Pontypool to Caerphilly, tops this year’s Wales Fast Growth project, which ranks the 50 fastest growing indigenous businesses based on revenue growth over the past two years. ALS Managed Services, which works with some of the largest recycling and warehousing companies in the UK, and was recently acquired in a management buyout led by chief executive Steve Langian, achieved a staggering revenue growth of 4,237.6%, between 2015-17 with sales up from £250,264 to £10.85m. The annual list, which celebrated its 20th anniversary this year, was started by Professor Dylan Jones-Evans. Prof Jones-Evans said: “Every year the list identifies some incredible businesses that are making a significant difference to their sectors, markets and communities, and that this year was no exception.” The largest sector this year is construction and building services, with considerable activity in the sector across Wales in both the commercial and housing markets. Business-to-business services are again prominent, with nine firms, followed by eight retail businesses and seven knowledge-based and creative firms. There are also five manufacturing and engineering firms on this year’s list, which… Read full this story
- F&B dominates listing of 500 fastest growing Vietnamese firms
- SQREEM Ranks Amongst Top 100 in the Financial Time’s List of Fastest Growing Companies in Asia Pacific
- Vietnam ranks 2nd in top 10 fastest growing wealth markets
- FMCG Q3 review: Steady quarter; volume grows, rural picks up pace
- Oil prices are recovering. Is it too much, too fast?
- Donald Trump is a lunatic: Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales
- Indonesia to impose VAT on internet companies from July
- The Fastest-Growing U.S. City Most Americans Didn't Know Existed
- Investors urge fast food and pub chains to act to reduce farm antibiotics
Wales Fast Growth 50,2018: These are the fastest growing companies in Wales have 303 words, post on www.walesonline.co.uk at October 23, 2018. This is cached page on Vietnam Art News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.