27 April 2020
Protecting staff and supporting communities are the priorities, write Richard Tyler and and John Elliot
Profits are the last thing on the minds of this year’s Profit Track league table companies. Speak to them or read the sombre statements on their websites about their response to the coronavirus crisis and the message is clear: the safety of their employees, the communities in which they operate and their customers is front and centre. There is no doubt trading conditions have suddenly become incredibly difficult for most companies on this year’s Profit Track. The league table ranks Britain’s private companies with the fastest growing profits over their past three years of trading, and before the coronavirus struck. Their profits have on average increased between 45% and 156% a year,
to a combined £769m in their latest year… Read the full story here.