Manchester-based employment law, HR and health and safety consultancy Peninsula has been named in the latest Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table, which ranks Britain’s leading private mid-market growth companies.
Founder and 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 twenty-one 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.”
“Our Business’s growth and success worldwide would not be possible without the North West. The business was founded in Manchester in 1983 and since then we have grown to advise and support over 100,000 businesses and employ thousands of staff in the UK, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. As we like to say at Peninsula, Success Starts Here.”
Andy Wood, partner at Grant Thornton UK, said: “The UK may be at a pivotal point in its history but the Top Track 250 clearly demonstrates what can be achieved by exciting dynamic businesses.
“These companies think locally and act globally, they innovate to grow and embrace an entrepreneurial spirit that this country needs to secure a positive post-Brexit future. At Grant Thornton, we are seeking to stimulate ideas and actions that can help shape a vibrant UK economy that thrives.
“We can all learn a lot from the Top Track 250.”