Manchester-headquartered business services specialist Peninsula has been named in the latest Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table after another successful year of growth. The table ranks Britain’s leading private mid-market growth companies with the biggest sales. Peninsula is ranked in at 115th in the list, up from 138th last year.
Founder and Group Managing Director of Peninsula Peter Done said: “We are delighted to be ranked in the latest Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table and it is a privilege to be one of the twenty-five companies in the North West to feature in this prestigious list. This truly is a great advertisement for the quality of innovation and entrepreneurialism across our entire region.”
“The group performance is a testament to the quality of the services being provided and the continued product innovation.”
“We recognise that our continued growth is due to the efforts and expertise of our colleagues throughout the business and are confident that Peninsula will continue to perform strongly and keep climbing up the list.”
Rachel Engwell, Partner at Grant Thornton UK LLP, the title sponsor of the league table, said:
“Advances in robotics and artificial intelligence, the pervasive challenge of cybercrime, and the uncertain impacts of Brexit are among the significant issues facing Britain today. If we are to continue turning innovative ideas into businesses with international scale, we all need to play our part in shaping a vibrant economy that thrives. In this, the role of the mid-market is crucial. Resilient despite the headwinds, the Top Track 250 are innovating, winning business and adapting to generate value. There is much to learn from them.”