Sunday Times releases Profit Track 100

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The Sunday Times has published its Profit Track 100. The annual index lists UK’s top 100 private-owned businesses with the fastest growing profits in the last three years. To be eligible, companies must have an average three year profit growth of 40% to 200% each year, as well as sales between £3m and £40m.

Punk Equity stars BrewDog come in at tenth place, with profits of £5.5m. While other high-street names include Bill’s Restaurants, Krispy Kreme, and sushi chain Wasabi.

Glenn Elliott, whose company Reward Gateway reached 9th in the list, commented on the ranking:

“Reward Gateway has grown exponentially from a company I started with a couple of credit cards, to become the world leader in an employee engagement technology – our culture and commitment to open and honest employee communication has played a huge part in our success so far. Our mission is simple: to help make the world a happier place to work.

Find the full 100 here.

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