globallyFor a second-year running, Phaidon International has been listed in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, which ranks Britain's mid-market companies with the fastest-growing international sales. The award recognizes another remarkable year of success and growth for Phaidon International as we rise from 152 to 64 on the list.
The announcement was published in The Sunday Times on the 16 February 2020. The list is compiled by Fast Track and measures international sales over the two years of available accounts. Phaidon International’s ranking was awarded following a 61.68% average growth up to October 2018.
“Our continued international success highlights the fact that talent is the business priority for organisations across the world,” commented Steve Yendell, chief operating officer of Phaidon International. “To be recognized as one of Britain’s fastest-growing international businesses is a reflection of the hard work and commitment from all of our staff, and we will continue to dedicate ourselves to solving the number one challenge – talent.”
Phaidon International are proud to be ranked alongside many other rapidly growing brands and famous household names, including beauty products retailer Charlotte Tillbury, craft beer produced BrewDog, and the number one ranked company, corporate travel agency Reed & Mackay.
The 11th anniversary Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 awards dinner will be held on Wednesday 29 April at The Brewery, London, where Phaidon International will receive a certificate of our ranking. The guest speakers will be Clare Gilmartin, chief executive of Trainline, and Neil Simpson, chief financial officer of Brewdog.
Founded in 2004, Phaidon International is the parent company of five leading specialist recruitment agencies. We exist to help solve the number one challenge: talent. Our continual investment in best-in-class technologies and consultant training enables us to recruit with speed, precision and accuracy. Today, we provide permanent, contract, and multi-hire recruitment globally.