Collinson has ranked tenth in the list of Britain’s top-250 private mid-market growth companies, as part of the 14th annual Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250.
With sales of £625m and operating profit reaching £16.5m for the 2017 financial year, Collinson featured in tenth place. Others in the top ten included Watches of Switzerland, Holland & Barrett and Travelodge.
Collinson attendees at the awards ceremony were Chairman, Colin Evans; Joint CEOs, Christopher Evans and David Evans; and Bertie Tonks, Director of People and Culture. The event was held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London and began with a pre-dinner roundtable discussion on talent, growth opportunities and cyber threat.
This was followed by the awards dinner for over 260 founders and senior directors from leading companies, who were welcomed and congratulated for their optimism, tenacity, resilience and entrepreneurial flair.
Commenting on the award, Christopher Evans said: “We are immensely honoured to be recognised as one of the nation’s best performing private mid-market companies, especially given the increasingly complex and competitive business landscape.”
David Evans added: “This award is testament to our talented and passionate people, without which none of this would be possible. To meet the challenges of our clients – which include the world’s largest and best-known airlines, hotel groups and banks – we will continue to deliver customer-centric products and solutions to help them acquire, engage and retain choice-rich customers.”
The 2018 league table can be found here.