North West law firm, Jackson Lees Group, has been named as one of the London Stock Exchange Group’s ‘1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain’ for the second year in a row.
The report identifies the UK’s most dynamic and fastest growing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The report looked at average annual turnover growth rate over a three-year period, at SMEs with revenues in the £6m to £250m annual turnover range.
This year’s report features companies from a diverse range of sectors and regions, reflecting the entrepreneurial drive seen across the country, with over two-thirds of the companies appearing on the report for the first time.
The leading 1,000 companies named in the report recorded 108% annual average revenue growth, and collectively generated almost 96,000 jobs over the last two years.
Jackson Lees Group is one of 12 firms on Merseyside recognised in the report.
Brian Cullen, Chief Executive Officer at Jackson Lees Group, said: “Making a positive difference to our people, clients and communities is what drives the Jackson Lees Group. To continue doing this, our business must be successful and sustainable. Our inclusion within this prestigious listing, alongside some the UK’s most dynamic businesses, is a wonderful acknowledgement of our talented, dedicated team and their wholehearted commitment to the business and we’re delighted to have been recognised.”
The Jackson Lees Group is an award-winning firm made up of Broudie Jackson Canter and Jackson Lees. The Group provides a full-service legal solution to personal and commercial clients and has over 280 employees across six offices in Merseyside and Manchester.
"Making a positive difference to our people, clients and communities is what drives the Jackson Lees Group"
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