Lachlan Faulkne, Co-founder of Stiltz Homelifts
Lachlan Faulkne, Co-founder of Stiltz Homelifts

Adding to its rapidly expanding trophy cabinet, Stiltz Homelifts has placed in The Sunday Times Fast Track 100, ranking amongst some of Britain’s most exciting and fastest-growing businesses after achieving an 87% growth in sales over three years.

Compiled by Fast Track and published in The Sunday Times every December, the Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over their latest three years.

Placing 32nd in the prestigious list, Stiltz appears next to well-known and popular up and coming challenger brands including Gymshark, Brewdog and One Retail Group.

In the last three years, Stiltz has achieved a staggering 82 percent growth, reaching £19 million in 2018, alongside growing its worldwide team to 162 people.

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Headquartered in Kingswinford in the West Midlands, the company has been pivotal in popularising the homelift market with a clever marketing strategy focusing on making the product a desirable and future-proof addition to people’s homes.

“We are honoured to make the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 and we are proud to be amongst the best of Britain’s growing entrepreneurial businesses that continue to flourish despite the current challenging economy,” commented Lachlan Faulkner, Stiltz Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer.

“This accolade is down to the hard work and dedication of our team, delivering high-quality service combined with industry-leading, innovative products that empower our customers to feel an enhanced sense of wellbeing, confidence and independence.”

The achievement adds to Stiltz’ growing tally of awards in 2019. Earlier in the year, Stiltz was placed on the Financial Times SME Export Track 100 for the 3rd consecutive year and more recently, won the coveted Exporter of the Year at The 2019 Lloyds Bank Business Awards.

This year the Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 honoured 107 companies, which combined had an average sales growth of 78 percent over three years to a total of £3 billion, employing 16,818 staff and tripling their combined workforce over that period.

Sir Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Group, which has supported Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 for all its 23 years, said: “While these are uncertain times, there is one thing I am certain of: entrepreneurs are the ones driving innovation, chasing improvements and challenging the norm. There are so many inspiring examples of this on the Fast Track 100 league table and it’s heartening to see the power of entrepreneurship to create jobs and positive change across Britain.”

See this year’s full list of fastest growing British companies on the Fast Track 100 website.

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