A higher amount of Yorkshire businesses have appeared inside 4th annual Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Tracker 100 league table, with five new entrants in comparison with recently.
The table ranks Britain’s smaller than average medium-sized private companies while using the fastest-growing international sales.
The international sales on the eight Yorkshire headquartered companies have grown by about 63% each year over 2 years to some total of 44 million, and together they employ 500 people.
The region’s top-ranked business is last year’s most important, naughtone. The Knaresborough firm makes furniture for high-profile global clients including Facebook, Amazon and Google. New showrooms in the uk and Chicago helped it grow its exports by generally 107% per year to 9.Two million in 2017.
New entrants about the league table include Normanton-based Hague Print Media, which gives printing services to customers in Papua New Guinea, Kenya and Tanzania, and grew exports to 4.5 million in 2016.
Wakefield-based Team17 can also be making its first appearance. It’s got sold more than 75 million copies of the Worms video game globally, helping exports to 11.5 million in 2016.
The companies in Yorkshire appear with businesses from around Britain, including drinks manufacturer Cawston Press, hobby retailer Crafter’s Companion and chocolatier Monty Bojangles.
The latest league table illustrates how British publication rack increasingly looking beyond their traditional export markets for growth, using more than 82 selling to countries outside Europe along with the US, in comparison with 60 companies in 2009. The majority (93) say future international growth should come external to Europe.
The SME Export Track 100 is sponsored by Lloyds Banking Group, DHL Express and Stansted airport, and it is held up by the government’s Exporting is a plus campaign. It is actually composed by Steps for success, the Oxford-based research as well as networking events firm.
“For firms that grab the leap to trade overseas, the rewards can be significant C the strong growth achieved by this year’s SME Export Track 100 is evidence that,” said Gareth Oakley, Managing Director, SME banking at Lloyds Banking Group, the title sponsor.
“At Lloyds Banking Group we’re also dedicated to helping businesses scale-up and trade internationally, and still have pledged to help you 5,000 first-time exporters yearly until 2020 to get this.
“Our International Trade Portal is really a valuable source of insight for virtually every businesses looking to explore overseas options.”