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Charlie Bigham’s Recognized As Part of the 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain

Charlie Bigham's Recognized As Part of the 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain

Charlie Bigham’s has been recognised as part of the 1,000 Companies to inspire Britain. The report was published on the 10th May 2017. The list has been put together by the London Stock Exchange and has celebrated the premium food business by giving it a place on the list. The report published by the London Stock Exchange aims to celebrate the fastest growing and most dynamic companies located around the UK. The list focuses on small and medium sized enterprises and has picked out 1,000 companies that have displayed a high level of performance and have managed to grow their revenue and outperform their peers in their respective industries.

Charlie Bigham’s most famous dishes includes its renowned Fish Pie, a product which is stocked in a number of different major food retailers around the company. Retailers that stock Charlie Bigham’s produce includes Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. It is thought that the premium food company works to deliver food for people to share. Charlie Bigham’s also uses good quality and fresh ingredients in their food.

Charlie Bigham is experience a great deal of success at the moment and has announced their half-year financial results which shows that the food company has managed sales over £32 million. These figures have increased 15% in comparison to the same period last year. Being included in to the annual London Stock Exchange report reflects that the premium food company is one of the fastest growing SMEs in the UK this year. It is important for the UK economy that SMEs and other enterprises are successful, therefore it is good news that companies are experiencing growth. Charlie Bigham’s plan on continuing their success and plan to open a new facility in Somerset in order to further the development of the company and reach more customers around the UK.

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