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Thames Valley SME 100 Growth Index Awards – Finalists announced

Wilson Partners and our fellow judges have announced the shortlist for the Thames Valley SME 100 Growth awards.

Businesses across many sectors have been chosen as finalists based on their growth, leadership and innovation.

The SME 100 is sponsored by Wilson Partners, law firm Herrington Carmichael and commercial property consultants Hicks Baker, and published by The Business Magazine.

Head of Corporate Finance at Wilson Partners and on the panel of judges, Adam Wardle said “In the current circumstances, assessing the participating businesses against out key criteria has added another layer of interest to the process, but it’s been really encouraging to see so many of our leading businesses adapting and innovating through the pandemic to ensure they continue on their path to growth. We’ve very much looking forward to the next stage in the process”

The finalists are:

Growth over £10 million: Herrington Carmichael

  • Childs Farm
  • E3D Online
  • Anthesis
  • Ticketer

Growing the Workforce: Herrington Carmichael

  • Exclaimer
  • Gekko
  • Select Car Leasing

Leadership Award: Wilson Partners

  • TC Communications
  • Active Workplace Solutions
  • Curve
  • E3D Online

Growth under £10m: Wilson Partners

  • Bridewell Consulting
  • Performance 54
  • Helecloud

Tech Company of the Year: Hicks Baker

  • Blue Array
  • Helecloud
  • Ticketer

One to Watch: Hicks Baker

  • Anthesis
  • Blue Array
  • Snaffling Pig
  • Pythagoras
  • Fidelity Energy
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