We are pleased to announce that Anthesis Group, a global sustainability services and solutions provider, has been ranked in 8th place in The Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100, the league table that ranks Britain’s small and medium-sized (SME) companies with the fastest growing international sales.
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Stuart McLachlan, Group Chief Executive of Anthesis said “This is a fantastic endorsement of the growth and progress of the business since its inception in 2013. This is the first time a sustainability consultancy has been included in the ranking, cementing the emergence of sustainability in mainstream business, a founding principle of the Group” McLachlan continued “to be recognised as a truly international business so early in our journey is terrific. The events of the last year have shown the importance of building resilience into business models. We provide this service to clients but are also keen to ensure that Anthesis demonstrates resilience through its geographical diversification and the inter-dependency on multiple markets and sectors”.
Anthesis prides itself on having market leading, deep subject matter expertise applied upstream and downstream in the value chain through its global business platform. The Group was founded on the belief that the market does not just want great advice but it wants sustainability delivered locally and globally.
Anthesis is one of the few global organisations specialising in sustainability, and has established an extensive international platform. It is focused on strengthening its position in local markets and as an implementation partner for its global clients. Incorporated in in the UK, the Anthesis Group has operations in the US, Canada, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Middle East, China and Philippines.
Anthesis has grown from a standing start in 2013 to a £20M+ annual turnover business today. Approximately 50% of its revenue is from overseas markets and the Group employs 210 people globally.
Malcolm Paul, Chairman said “We are a people business that believes in opportunities for employee ownership. Our staff want to work on exciting projects for some of the most influential organisations in the world, working within a business that is structured for global delivery rather than hampered by regional silos that are so typical in our sector. We will all share in the excitement that this recognition gives us”.
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This article originally appeared on the Anthesis website.