HR Magazine: Trevor Phillips: Distributed leadership is the “future of business”
Blogs 24th June 2019 1 minute read
On 25th March, Green Park featured in the Financial Times’ list of 1000 Fastest Growing Companies for the very first time. Last week we were delighted to receive our official confirmation: our certificate from the Financial Times!
Raj Tulsiani, CEO, states: “In the three years since we chose to focus our efforts on the impact zone between Recruitment, Diversity and Reputation, our business has grown by around £60 million through engaging more customers. Thank you @FT for recognising that #diversity is our strength. And thank you Green Park and our respected, loyal and valued customers.”
Now in its third year, the FT 1000, compiled with Statista, lists the European companies that achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2014 and 2017. Green Park comes in at number 724 with Absolute Revenue Growth of 242%. Other key performance statistics are also looking healthy: in 2018, turnover increased by 42% with a 70% rate of repeat business, 38% more interims out on placement and over 100 search assignments, 75% of which were at Board level. Meanwhile, the team grew by 20% with new experts broadening our sector, function and service expertise and Green Park was the proud recipient of 11 awards and accreditations.
These figures show just how far the business has come since its inception in 2006. Now one of Europe’s fastest growing suppliers of leadership recruitment and consultancy services, we are dedicated to delivering our sustainable business value across the Private, Public and Third sectors through our executive search, interim management and leadership and Diversity & Inclusion consultancy practices. Engineering the future today, our aim is to build and cultivate a strong pipeline of future leaders with the diversity of thought to harness the power of collective difference and build a sustainable, fair tomorrow.