Surrey Super Growth Awards 2017 - the fastest growing companies announced

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Surrey Super Growth Awards 2017 - the fastest growing companies announced

 

Surrey Super Growth 2017The Surrey Super Growth Awards took place on Thursday, 6 July 2017 at the Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking.

 

Surrey Super Growth Awards 2017 

Over 100 people attended the Surrey Super Growth Awards
at Denbies Wine Estate on 6 July 2017

Now in its 2nd year, over 100 people attended this prestigious breakfast event to find out which were the fastest-growing private companies across the region.

Surrey Super Growth is a collaboration between asb law, Lloyds Bank and RSM, with the Surrey Chamber of Commerce Business Magazine as media partner. It is different from traditional business awards in that the finalists don’t apply to participate as the work is already done in their financial reports filed at Companies House. The turnover growth of companies is assessed over a three-year accounting period against the Surrey Super Growth criteria to produce a finalist list.

 

Simon Fanshawe OBE Surrey Super Growth Awards 2017

Simon Fanshawe OBE announced the Surrey Super Growth Awards finalists 

 

Popular broadcaster, writer and business consultant, Simon Fanshawe OBE, announced the Surrey Super Growth 2017 winner as Weybridge based Marbank Construction Limited, with an outstanding growth rate of 527%. The company has two decades of expertise in the design and construction of commercial buildings, retails parks and distribution centres. Marbank's skilled team of construction experts ensure that a competitive approach to pricing, professional hands-on project management and the highest level of quality of workmanship is applied to all its building projects. This top level of service has resulted in a high level of client retention and seen a number of constructions short-listed for awards.

 

Surrey Super Growth 2017 Winner's Interview

Simon Fanshawe OBE (right) interviews Steve Brown, Finance Director of
Surrey Super Growth winner Marbank Construction Ltd

 

Commenting on the success, Steve Brown, Finance Director of Marbank Construction Ltd, said: “It was a huge pleasure to receive the award on behalf of everyone at Marbank - I’m delighted for the team, and my sincere thanks to the organisers, asb law, Lloyds Bank and RSM. My own ‘take-away’ point on the day was the diversity of the companies present, and to realise that such impressive growth is being achieved by so many Surrey companies. It was exciting to hear snippets of their stories; and uplifting to realise the depth of the Surrey talent pool. I’m looking forward to seeing the list of next year’s finalists.”

 

Marbank Construction Ltd was followed by runner-up blu-3 (UK) Ltd, a civil engineering and utility specialist, with a growth rate of 294%. Lee Lawrence, Preconstruction Director at blu-3, said: “I was honoured to have been asked to accept this award on behalf of blu-3 and be given the opportunity to meet so many successful business owners and their representatives. The growth that blu-3 has experienced year-on-year is a real achievement and to be a part of the company’s continued success and a member of Team blu-3 is a real privilege."

 

Third place was awarded to State Oil Ltd, an independent importer and supplier of automotive and industrial fuels, with a growth rate of 226%.

 

Surrey Super Growth 2017 Winner Marbank Construction Ltd

The Surrey Super Growth 2017 Winner’s photo. (L to R) Andrew Clinton, Managing Partner, asb law LLP; Steve Brown, Finance Director, Marbank Construction Ltd, Sarah Nichols. Associate Director, RSM UK and Gavin Potter, Business Development Director, Lloyds Commercial Banking.

 

Simon Fanshawe OBE, who hosted the Awards presentation, explained the importance of these companies to the region: “Growth is one very important aspect of the success both of the companies and thus of the region. I was struck reading about the companies by their level of ambition, their variety and their commitment to improving the quality of life in Surrey in the extremely volatile business environment of Brexit.”

 

Andrew Hoad Surrey Super Growth Awards 2017

Andrew Hoad, Partner - Corporate Finance, from asb law LLP

 

Each of the Surrey Super Growth sponsors also added their own congratulations to the finalists during the event. Andrew Hoad, Partner, at asb law LLP explained: “asb law is delighted to have the opportunity to congratulate the Surrey Super Growth finalists. To be recognised as one of the 60 fastest-growing private companies is a fantastic achievement. It was a pleasure to be part of the Awards breakfast and witness a room full of people exuding such positivity regarding the future of their businesses.”

 

Nicola

Nicola Haigh, South East & Thames Valley Area Director, from Lloyds Bank

 

Nicola Haigh, South East & Thames Valley Area Director for Lloyds Commercial Banking, also commented: “We are delighted to be sponsoring Surrey Super Growth and may I offer our congratulation to all the finalists. Surrey Super Growth is a celebration of business success across the county and the range of great companies included is proof that the local economy is in very good shape.”

 

Jon

Jon Da Costa, Partner, from RSM

 

Jon Da Costa, Partner at global audit, tax and consultancy adviser RSM UK, continued: “RSM is proud to sponsor the Surrey Super Growth Awards and highlight Surrey’s great successful and very diverse businesses. Each of these business has three themes in common; firstly they have core values running through the business, secondly they embrace technology and finally they’re passionate about the service that they deliver to their customers.”


The Surrey Super Growth Awards will return in 2018.

 

Surrey Super Growth Awards Criteria

  • Privately-owned business, trading and registered in Surrey over measurement period.
  • Growth in turnover measured over a 3-year accounting period based on latest full accounts information filed at Companies House.
  • Minimum turnover of £2m in base year and positive turnover growth in latest year.

The 2017 Surrey Super Growth finalist list in full:

  

Company Name

Growth

Company Name

Growth

Marbank Construction Ltd

527%

Fitzpatrick Referrals Ltd

76%

blu-3 (UK) Ltd

294%

Tony Gee and Partners LLP

73%

State Oil Ltd

226%

E-Resourcing Ltd

71%

Nurture Landscapes Ltd

187%

Space & Time Media Ltd

67%

H & V Serviceplan Ltd

166%

Topwest Ltd

67%

MGS Distribution Ltd

161%

Heywood Ltd

66%

Gift Universe Group Ltd

148%

McLaren Applied Technologies Ltd

66%

Leander Build Ltd

145%

Sian Wholesale Ltd

64%

SAV United Kingdom Ltd

142%

Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging Ltd

63%

Romans International Ltd

139%

Eteach UK Ltd

63%

Eveready Hire Ltd

130%

Martin Grant Homes Ltd

61%

Caspian Food Retailers Ltd

128%

TJW Contract Solutions Ltd

61%

O'Halloran & O'Brien Ltd

123%

Wates Living Space (Maintenance) Ltd

59%

E S Pipelines Ltd

121%

Day Lewis Medical Ltd

58%

Fileturn Ltd

120%

Fizz Experience Ltd

58%

Keltbray Group (Holdings) Ltd

116%

Albion Stone plc

57%

Windmill Organics Ltd

113%

Tekzone Sound and Vision Ltd

57%

HH Global Ltd

109%

Lovering Foods Ltd

54%

Vines Ltd

108%

Techtools (Morden) Ltd

53%

Net Coverage Solutions Ltd

108%

Dowlis Inspired Branding Ltd

53%

Recruitment Store UK Ltd

105%

TRG Logistics

53%

Independent Commercial Broking Ltd

101%

Domus Tiles Ltd

49%

Ultrasun (UK) Ltd

99%

Memset Ltd

48%

Harvey Water Softeners Ltd

97%

Dwellcourt Ltd

48%

Management & Construction Services Ltd

94%

Roles Broderick Roofing Ltd

47%

Explore Learning Ltd

91%

Chemidex Pharma Ltd

47%

Natta Building Company Ltd

85%

Celtic Contractors Ltd

46%

Greenshields Cowie & Co Ltd

82%

Unicorn Ingredients Ltd

46%

Motofix Accident Repair Centres Ltd

78%

New England Seafood International Ltd

46%

Stackhouse Poland Ltd

76%

Longacres Garden Centre Ltd

44%



neilgardner_thumbFor further information about the Surrey Super Growth Awards, please contact Neil Gardner, Business Development & Marketing Manager.            

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Published: 7 Jul 2017


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