Hat-trick for DCS Group!
DCS Group has achieved it’s third ranking in the Top Track 250.
Published this weekend, the 12th annual Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250 league table ranks Britain’s private mid-market growth companies with the biggest sales.
DCS was ranked 220th in 2013, then 177th in 2014 and this year will be 134th in the rankings.
Denys Shortt OBE – founder of DCS says “We are delighted to be ranked three years in the Top Track 250 growth companies in the UK and this clearly confirms our strategy for growth is working!”
DCS employs 320 people and has recently purchased a new 25 acre site in Banbury on Noral Way formerly owned by Prodrive and Hella Manufacturing.
DCS appears with businesses from around the UK, including Arsenal, Barbour, Dr Martens, Nando’s, Skyscanner and Wagamama.
The league table and awards programme is sponsored by Grant Thornton, and compiled for the 12th year by Fast Track, the Oxford-based research and networking events company.
David Hillan, Partner at Grant Thornton UK LLP, the title sponsor of the league table, praised the companies for their performance:
"In the wake of the EU referendum it is more important than ever that businesses, and the public and the third sectors work together to help the UK to build on its strengths and ensure that the economy continues to grow. I am heartened to see how these businesses are embracing a collaborative approach to drive prosperity throughout the UK and wider society.”