Absolute Apparel features in two business studies

Wolverhampton-based Absolute Apparel has been included in two studies for UK businesses.

The first, published by the London Stock Exchange Group, is titled 1000 Companies to Inspire – Britain 2018. This report is an annual celebration of some of the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized businesses in the UK, of which Absolute Apparel features.

The second is more regional and is called The Black Country Growth Barometer. It focuses on tracking the growth of the leading performers in the region.

Absolute Apparel is ranked at number 22 in the region on the basis of its turnover growth for the last three years.

The report states that Absolute Apparel’s turnover is £17m, with an average growth of 27.26%.

Commercial director, Sanjay Jheinga, said: “It is wonderful to receive this recognition for the rapid growth we have experienced in recent years. We would like to thank all of our customers for their continued support.”

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