Anthesis has been named as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies in the FT1000 for the 5th time
Anthesis, the world’s largest group of dedicated sustainability professionals, has been named one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies in the Financial Times’ annual FT 1000 listing. This is Anthesis’ fifth appearance in the seven years of the league table.
The FT 1000 list measures and ranks companies based on their average growth rate in revenues from 2018 to 2021, celebrating those companies who have shown strength and resilience over a period consisting of COVID-19 restrictions, labour shortages, rising inflation, Brexit trade frictions, and a long-running global supply chain squeeze.
Responding and adapting to strong market demand, Anthesis has continued to scale up its capabilities and geographical breadth, growing to more than 1,100 sustainability activators globally and achieving double-digital revenue growth since 2013.
“We’re proud to be named, once again, as one of the fastest growing companies in Europe alongside many other pioneering and innovative organisations. Our continued inclusion in the FT1000 exemplifies the expertise and dedication of all Anthesians and our clients’ steadfast dedication to make business a force for good.”
Managing Director of Anthesis Europe, Middle East and Latin America
The accolade follows Anthesis’ recent recognition in the 2023 Real Leaders Impact Awards, placing 100 out of 200 globally renowned purpose-driven businesses driving positive impact whilst achieving impressive business growth. Anthesis is also shortlisted in the 2023 Edie Awards for Consultancy of the Year, Sustainability Leader of the Year (CEO Stuart McLachlan), and Rising Sustainability Star with two nominations for Hanna Westling (Anthesis Sweden) and Justin Imiola (Anthesis North America). The winners of the awards will be announced on 30 March 2023.
Partnering with over 2,600 clients, including 25% of the FTSE100 and 65 of the Fortune 500 on their sustainability ambitions, Anthesis supports clients with initiatives ranging from designing Tesco’s Tesco Exchange online marketplace to reduce food waste, and Microsoft’s collaborative, cross-industry circular alternatives report to address plastic use in supply chains, to supporting Hg to set science-based targets across its portfolio.
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