Sunday Times International Track 200 delight
We couldn’t be more delighted to reveal that we’ve made it into the coveted Sunday Times International Track 200 once again.
We were over the moon to enter the prestigious #internationaltrack200 for the first time in 2018, so to appear in such impressive company for a second consecutive year, as well as to remain in the top 25, is an amazing achievement.
It means that we remain one of Britain’s fastest growing companies when it comes to multi-million-pound international sales, and one of the “proud” engines of the British economy.
This year we’re honoured to have ranked 22nd in the highly respected list of the UK’s top performing private mid-market companies, after achieving average annual sales growth of 107.23% for the last two years.
Our CEO Mark said: “This is a fabulous start to 2019! I’m incredibly proud that for a second year running we’re in the Sunday Times Top 200 for international growth.
“This is not only a great honour for the company, but is also a reflection of all the hard work and effort which our amazing international teams continue to put in as we build further on our successes in the UK and overseas.”
A special ceremony will now be held in London in May for the CEOs and directors of those appearing on the 2019 list and our CEO Mark, and his wife Director Yvonne, hope to attend once again to fly the Jupiter flag.
Criteria for making it onto the International Track 200 list, includes total sales of between £25m-£200m, international sales of between £1m-£100m, average two-year international sales growth of between 15% and 300% and staffing levels of between 10 and 1,000.
The last 12 months have been busy for us here at Jupiter from making a new acquisition in South Africa, launching a new quarterly company magazine Global Roots, and welcoming the first yield of our new and superior varieties of table grapes, to name just a few.
To find more out about why and how we’re growing so quickly internationally visit our blog.
Based in the UK, Jupiter Group is a leader in the global fresh produce market. Ranked 17th in the 2018 The Sunday Times International Track 200, Jupiter grows and supplies new varieties of grapes alongside a global supply of citrus, top fruit, stone fruit and kiwi.