PULSE NAMED IN THE SUNDAY TIMES
PULSE NAMED IN THE SUNDAY TIMES DELOITTE BUYOUT TRACK 100
PULSE storms into league table of Britains fastest growing private equity backed companies
PULSE, a leading provider of healthcare staffing and services, today announced its position as the 6th fastest growing private equity backed company in the UK according to figures released in the latest annual Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100 league table.
With rankings based on profit growth between 2006 and 2008, PULSE achieved 6th place with profits increasing significantly and turnover rising steeply from 102 million in 2006 to 138 million in 2008.
PULSE places highly-skilled health and social care professionals in temporary and permanent jobs, world-wide.
Richard MacMillan, CEO of PULSE, said:
The Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100 is a barometer for the health of the UK private sector and were thrilled to break into the league in such a high position. Our philosophy has been to provide the best possible service to a diverse range of health and social care clients in the UK and overseas.
The great team at PULSE and our ability to find and place skilled health and social care staff has allowed us to diversify into new markets with nearly half of our sales coming from organic investments made in the last 3 years. New services such as placing staff internationally and delivering highly quality staff to provide healthcare in the home have been a great success. With 2009 showing revenues climbing still further to 164 million, theres plenty more in the tank we think PULSE is a great prospect for the future.
Lindsay Dibden, at investor HgCapital, added:
With outstanding year-on-year growth, were delighted to see PULSE ranked in The Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100. Its a fantastic achievement for the company and a testament to the commitment of all involved.