9 October 2023Article
Woodland Group Recognised as One of Top 100 British Businesses

We are delighted to be recognised by E2E and The Independent as part of this year's E2E Dynamic 100 list, celebrating the top 100 British businesses across six different sectors.

The Track, which was independently verified by data from Experian and Go Live Data, celebrates privately owned, UK-based companies with a turnover of more than £25 million over the past two years. The ranking is based on absolute turnover growth over the two most recent filing periods.

Celebrating entrepreneurs and founders across a host of sectors, the E2E Dynamic 100 is an initiative designed to showcase the very best UK companies that are excelling, experiencing consistent employee growth, and presenting disruptive business strategies, creating an impact not just in their own sector, but also on a nationwide and in some cases global scale.

Speaking about the track, Shalini Khemka CBE, founder of E2E said: “The E2E Dynamic 100 has allowed us to highlight the amazing companies throughout the UK with a turnover in excess of £25million. These are companies who despite a challenging economy and in fact a challenging few years, have generated exceptional turnover results and are continuing to grow at a rapid rate. Here’s to seeing every company on this track continue to scale up, grow and achieve amazing things both in the UK and in some cases, internationally.

E2E Dynamic 100

Speaking on the Group’s recognition, Kevin Stevens, Chairman and CEO of Woodland Group, added: “Despite the current business landscape and the challenges faced not just by our industry but international trade overall, Woodland Group has managed to continue going from strength to strength thanks to our close and collaborative relationships with clients, partners, and suppliers, and the dedication and hard work of our teams. Our commitment to providing excellent customer service, swift and accurate communication, and going the extra mile for our clients has always been our hallmark. Over the last few years, we’ve completely overhauled our processes, invested into strengthening our teams, service offering, and assets, and have focussed on building systems and solutions that will take our clients and the business into the future by creating opportunity and delivering sustainable supply chains.”

Find out more and watch the interview with Woodland Group's CEO Kevin Stevens here.

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