Profit Track 100 place for Watchfinder
Watchfinder & Co. has now added a top 50 rank in The Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100 chart to complement a solid ranking in the award’s sister charts, the Fast Track 100. With year-on-year profit growth of 79% over the last three years—as a result of selling a watch worth an average of £5,000 every 23 minutes—Watchfinder has impressed industry figureheads with its rapid and consistent rise.
Watchfinder founder and Managing Director Stuart Hennell said: ‘These awards provide great context for business performance in the UK, and I am delighted that Watchfinder is listed in both the The Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 and the The Sunday Times BDO Profit Track 100. We are all working hard to make sure we keep our customers happy and stay in the running for these prized listings going forward. We have exciting and ambitious plans for 2017 that will see the Watchfinder brand introduced to a wider audience both inside and outside of the UK.’
Fast Track, founded by Oxford University associate Dr Hamish Stevenson, has published league tables of the highest-performing private companies with The Sunday Times for the past 20 years. The Profit Track 100 list is a showcase of the top 100 companies with the fastest-growing profits over three years. Other Profit Track 100 successes include mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse and appliance manufacturer Dyson.