NES Global Talent bursts in to the Sunday Times HSBC International Top 200
This annual table highlights Britain’s leading private mid-market growth companies with the fastest-growing international sales.
A typical & lsquo;Track 200’ company has international sales ranging from £5m to £100, an average 2-year international sales growth of up to 360%pa and up to 1,000 staff. NES Global Talent is proud to have achieved these milestones and be ranked alongside other major brands driving the recovery of “Brand Britain”.
Tig Gilliam, CEO at NES Global Talent, said, “I am delighted with the news that NES Global Talent has once again been recognised in a Sunday Times table. In what has been a difficult operating environment in the Oil and Gas sector, we continue to show resilience and it is testament to the hard work of our staff and the fantastic service they deliver, which has enabled us to thrive in these tough conditions.
As we extend in to new markets and increase our global footprint, we can expect more success and recognition in the years to come, and will aim to move up the league even further in 2016.”