Anthesis Group Named in the FT 1000 for a Third Consecutive Year

March 2, 2020 | News,

“As we enter the decisive decade, the need for action has never been more important; we’re proud to support our clients tackle climate change and make sustainability happen. With a continued strong growth predicted for 2020, our ambitions continue to focus on driving greater impact for more clients and in new regions.”

Anthesis Group today announced it has been named one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies in the FT 1000, for a third consecutive year. Compiled by the Financial Times and research company Statista, the FT 1000 is a list of European companies that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenues between 2015 and 2018. Placed in 686th position, rising 88 places since 2019, Anthesis Group is one of only 90 companies to have ranked in three consecutive years. 

Established in 2013, Anthesis Group drives sustainable performance for more than 800 organisations, including corporates, cities, and governments. With annual revenue growth in excess of 25 per cent, Anthesis Group continues to significantly outperform the sustainability industry’s average growth rate of four per cent.

Commenting on the news, Stuart McLachlan, Anthesis Group CEO said “We are very pleased to be included in the FT 1000 for a third year, celebrating our proven track record of consistently high-growth through strategic acquisitions and organic growth. As we enter the decisive decade, the need for action has never been more important; we’re proud to support our clients tackle climate change and make sustainability happen. With a continued strong growth predicted for 2020, our ambitions continue to focus on driving greater impact for more clients and in new regions.”

The full FT 1000 league table can be viewed here and will appear in the Financial Times on 23 March 2020.

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