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Spencer Ogden makes back-to-back appearances in Fast Track 100

07 Dec 2015
Spencer Ogden, the leading international energy recruiter, has been recognised in the Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 for a second successive year.

The award places Spencer Ogden in an elite group of British businesses who have achieved consecutive recognition in the prestigious list. The league table ranks Britain's top 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years, with Spencer Ogden placed 55th after enjoying 60.25% growth over this period.

Earlier this year, the company achieved its third successive placement in the Sunday Times International Track 200, which acknowledges Britain's mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales.

In a difficult year in the energy sector, Spencer Ogden enjoyed its 10,000th placement and the company is comfortably on track for £100m+ in sales for 2015, having increased its revenues despite a slump in oil prices.

Spencer Ogden is also diversifying its operations, recently announcing the launch of four new sector offerings: Rail, Automotive, Construction, Aerospace and Defence. Spencer Ogden has committed £2 million to invest in these new sectors, which will be used for branding, digital investment and new hires. Now in its 18th year, The Fast Track 100 has become the benchmark for Britain’s fastest growing companies.

David Spencer-Percival, CEO, said: “On the back of the year the energy sector has had, you can’t underestimate what it means for the business to be recognised for the second year in a row. We’re very proud to be up there again in the list of top British businesses and our focus is very much on maintaining momentum, which involves constantly addressing our business focus to reflect market trends.

“You don’t grow as fast as we have without great people and they should take an awful lot of credit for helping the business to get here. I am very excited about 2016 and aiming to making it our third placement in a row!”