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Oliver James Associates celebrates ranking in Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200

26 September 2016

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Oliver James Associates was ranked 26th place in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 back in June. On Thursday 22nd September, two of our Board Directors Gary Rushton and Nick Godson attended the official Sunday Times International 200 Track dinner in London. 

The league table represents Britain's top 200 mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales and Oliver James Associates is proud to have ranked 26th with two-year average international sales growth of 89%. The dinner was an opportunity for the ranked companies to come together and share experiences of doing business overseas.

This record ranking for Oliver James Associates is testament to our ambitious growth strategy, strong partnerships, financial performance, excellence in delivery and niche expertise.

Oliver Castle, Goup Managing Director at Oliver James Associates, said, “Recognition in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 is testament to our excellence in delivery over the last 2 years and a great reflection of the key partnerships we’ve built overseas. We are proud to have received this well-earned accolade which acknowledges our growth and expertise in the market.”

Oliver James has offices globally in London, Manchester, Hong Kong, Amsterdam and New York with further expansion into Continental Europe later this year.

(left to right: Gary Rushton, Nick Godson - Board Directors Oliver James Associates)

For further information about Oliver James Associates, please visit www.ojassociates.com

For further information about The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, please visit www.fasttrack.co.uk

For press/marketing queries, please contact marketing@ojassociates.com

 

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