Sunday Times Places Gripple With Uk Companies Which Show Growing And Promising Profit

12th April 2017

Under The Sunday Times Profit Track 'Ones to Recognise' category, Gripple, the Sheffield-headquartered manufacturer of the iconic wire fastener, was named as one of the national companies which have shown good profit growth in the past and are set to grow rapidly in the future.

The ten shortlisted companies were visited by the Fast Track research team and assessed for inclusion in this category. Each company receives a certificate, were featured in the Sunday Times and are invited to the national awards dinner, when one national winner, selected by a judging panel led by entrepreneur, Luke Johnson, will be announced. Ed Stubbs, managing director of employee-owned Gripple, commented: -This is great recognition from such a prestigious publication. It is much appreciated by all our staff and testament to their hard work and dedication.

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