LotusWorks has been recognised in the London Stock Exchange Group’s “1000 Companies to Inspire Europe”. The report is a celebration of Europe’s fastest growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses (SME’s).
LotusWorks, headquartered in Sligo, Ireland, provides engineering and technical solutions to a range of industries in Europe, North America & Singapore. LotusWorks appears in the 2016 edition of ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Europe’, a celebration of SMEs, which examines the opportunities and challenges facing them, and looks at the sectors and trends that will shape the future of the European economy. Fergal Broder CEO LotusWorks, commented “This acknowledgement came out of the blue, we welcome it. We’re a service organisation, it’s the expertise of our teams worldwide that drive our success, they are key to what we’ve achieved to date and our plans for the future. It’s very satisfying to have all our efforts and hard work recognised by an organisation as high profile as the London Stock Exchange Group”
To be included in the list companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, significantly outperforming their industry peers. Speaking at the event Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive, London Stock Exchange Group said “This research shows high-growth SMEs are the driving force behind the European economy. While the public sector and big blue chip companies have not been creating jobs for many years now, these companies are growing and employing at an incredible rate. And because by definition these companies are innovators, these jobs tend to be higher skilled and higher paid, helping to give young Europeans the brighter economic future they deserve. “So it is critical that we give these firms access to suitable growth finance that will enable them to invest, grow and become the big job providers of tomorrow.” LSEG’s “1000 Companies to Inspire Europe” report has received international political support with contributions from, Markus Ferber MEP, Cora van Nieuwenhuizen MEP, Othmar Karas MEP, Alain Lamassoure MEP, Paul Tang MEP and Kay Swinburne MEP.