High Wycombe based installer and Conservatory Outlet retailer, Hazlemere Window Company, has been included in the 2016 list of 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain.
By earning a coveted spot on the now renowned list, complied by the London Stock Exchange Group, Hazlemere has emulated the achievements of its supply partner Conservatory Outlet - listed in 2015 – demonstrating continuous revenue growth over four years and significantly outperforming its sector peers.
Categorised firmly in the £10m - £20m revenue band Hazlemere has grown to become one of the foremost installation companies in the Home Counties of North West London, operating from two luxury indoor showrooms – one in High Wycombe and the other in Welwyn Garden City. The family owned company now employs more than 100 local people and has a successful track record of developing its employees and promoting from within.
The 2016 release of 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain is the third ‘annual celebration’ of the fastest growing, most dynamic businesses across England, Scotland and Wales. Mark Austin, sales and marketing director at Hazlemere, was understandably thrilled to feature: “For more than three decades the company has been managed astutely and we see the financial results of this at the end of every month, quarter and year. But to be impartially identified as one of Britain’s stand-out performers is incredibly rewarding and gives us extra impetus – if any were needed – to build upon our successes and continue in inspirational fashion.”
Greg Kane, managing director of Conservatory Outlet, added: “First and foremost, congratulations to everyone involved with Hazlemere Window Company. I am always keen to stress that Conservatory Outlet owes a large part of its success to its retail partners, and the recognition of Hazlemere in this latest report only serves to emphasise that. I’m delighted that yet another one of our network members has been able to achieve year-on-year growth ever since we partnered with them which, in this instance, was back in 2011.”