London, 10 March 2015 – GP Bullhound has been identified as one of London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain. The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses.
To be included in the list, companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, significantly outperforming their industry peers. More detail on the methodology and a full searchable database of all of the companies along with a downloadable pdf of the publication can be found online at www.1000companies.com
Manish Madhvani, Co-founder and Managing Partner, GP Bullhound said: “We are delighted to be selected alongside great entrepreneurial companies such as NotontheHighStreet, Orlebar Brown and Essence. GP Bullhound is firmly committed to working alongside Europe’s best entrepreneurs to drive even greater growth and innovation.”
Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive, London Stock Exchange Group said: “This report is a significant part of London Stock Exchange’s broader campaign to support UK high growth companies in their journeys from Start-up to Stardom and to create an entrepreneurship revolution. I’m delighted that a strong alliance between UK Government, financial market participants, investors, entrepreneurs and companies has been created to support these inspiring businesses.”
About GP Bullhound
As dealmakers in technology, GP Bullhound provides independent strategic advice on mergers and acquisitions and private placements to entrepreneurs, companies and investors. By combining a true passion for innovation with great access to global buyers and capital across Europe, US and Asia, GP Bullhound has completed transactions with many category leaders including Avito, Delivery Hero, Fjord, King.com, Pingdom, Pozitron and Spotify. The firm was founded in London in 1999 and today also has offices in San Francisco, Stockholm, Berlin and Manchester.
MANISH MADHVANI, CO-FOUNDER AND MANAGING PARTNER GP BULLHOUND ON CNBC
Manish Madhvani, Co-founder and Managing Partner of GP Bullhound talks about the capital flow into UK start-ups, and discusses the prospects of developing a Silicon Valley in London.