“Over the last 4 years we have structured a business that we believe is unique in having the subject matter expertise, data analytics and technology skills to deliver sustainability at scale.”
Anthesis is delighted to be named in the top 100 of Europe’s fastest growing companies. The prestigious FT 1000 report, compiled by the Financial Times and Statista, ranked Anthesis in a highly notable 78th position.
A result of extensive data research and stringent quality assurance, the list recognises the top 1000 companies that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenues and are praised as major contributors to driving economic growth within Europe.
This recognition is a remarkable achievement for the five-year-old sustainability services provider, who was ranked as the fastest growing management consultancy in the UK and 4th fastest in Europe. This is a testament to the Anthesis ethos that sustainable business practices are at the heart of long-term success, not just in Europe, but across the globe.
Anthesis Group CEO Stuart McLachlan said, “The move to a decarbonised economy and a future that is respectful of resource scarcity and environmental and social impact, will be transformational for companies, cities and nations. We are at the start of this change process and are excited by the growth potential it presents. Over the last 4 years we have structured a business that we believe is unique in having the subject matter expertise, data analytics and technology skills to deliver sustainability at scale. I am very pleased that Anthesis has been recognized for the first time in this list which is testament to the importance of the agenda and the hard work of all my colleagues at Anthesis.”
Anthesis prides itself on being able to offer deep subject matter and technical expertise across a full range of sustainability services on an international platform. This makes the company one of few global organisations to truly specialise in the sustainability market.
Since its inception in 2013, Anthesis has met an international market demand and gone from strength to strength, now employing around 250 colleagues in 10 countries.
The full list will be printed in the Financial Times on 30th April but is available here online from 6th April.