“The Fast-Track 100 award winners include some of Britain’s best-known progressive companies and leading entrepreneurs; we are proud and humbled to receive the Innovation Award from the sponsor, N+1 Singer.”
Anthesis Group CEO
Anthesis announced that it received the Innovation Award at The Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 event held last night. In addition to appearing in this prestigious league table of the one hundred private UK companies with the fastest-growing sales, the accolade acknowledges the impact Anthesis has achieved for its clients through innovative, sustainability-driven solutions.
Commenting on the news, Stuart McLachlan, Anthesis’ CEO, said, “The Fast-Track 100 award winners include some of Britain’s best-known progressive companies and leading entrepreneurs; we are proud and humbled to receive the Innovation Award from the sponsor, N+1 Singer. This decade is a pivot point in history, there is a growing recognition that what we do in the next ten years will determine the quality of life for the next 1000 years. We’re focused on moving the dial and making a significant difference by bringing together the best minds to tackle the climate crisis through evolving approaches and advanced technologies.”
Presented the award on behalf of N+1 Singer, CEO Tim Cockroft commented, “Congratulations to the team at Anthesis Group for winning the N+1 Singer Innovation Award. The impressive solutions this business provides have helped shape some of the world’s most reputable brands to become sustainable for a more resilient and productive future. The relevance of their work, coupled with the team’s unique expertise and demonstrable track record of success, makes them unquestionable winners of this award. Congratulations to all.”
Hamish Stevenson, founder and compiler, Fast Track 100, continued, “In addition to achieving a place on our Sunday Times Fast Track 100 ranking of Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing sales, Anthesis Group, the employee-owned sustainability consultancy, is a deserved winner of the Innovation Award for the work it has done with clients such as Tesco, Nestle and Amazon helping them reach their sustainability goals”.
Founded in 2013, Anthesis combines the reach of big professional services groups with the deep expertise of boutiques. From designing a waste ‘track and trace’ tool for the UK Government to supporting global retailer Target with its Scope 3 Science-Based Target, Anthesis is proud to support its 1,000 clients, including 25% of the FTSE 100 and 65 of the Fortune 500, with their sustainability ambitions. Since its inception, Anthesis has acquired 13 businesses, including impact innovation strategist GoodBrand and 200-strong Spanish consultancy, Lavola.
In its 24th year, the Fast Track 100 is compiled by Fast Track, an Oxford-based research and networking events firm and sponsored by Virgin, BDO, DHL, and N+1 Singer. The full Fast Track 100 league table, announced in December 2020, can be viewed here.