We are proud to announce that Everything Genetic has secured a place within The Sunday Times 100, a comprehensive list detailing Britain’s fastest-growing companies.
Following a year of record business growth and revenue, Everything Genetic came 5th in the list after it reported £35 million turnover over the last financial year.
Our CEO James Price said: “We are delighted to have been recognised as one of Britain’s fastest growing companies, and I’m incredibly proud of the wider team who have supported the business on working towards this achievement.
“We’ve put the recent rapid growth down to being agile, responding at pace to changes in market conditions, Covid testing as an example, and our ambition to democratise genetic testing.
“Our range of products and wrap-around care services are uniquely positioned to tackle some of the most significant healthcare challenges this country faces in detection, diagnosis and treatment of cancer, cardiac and respiratory diseases.”
“Looking forwards, we’re now set for further growth in 2022 and beyond, with ambitious expansion plans and a roadmap of future investments underway. I’m really excited to see what the coming years hold for us as a business.”
The Sunday Times 100 accolade is open to independent, privately-owned businesses and UK headquartered companies which exceed £5m in their latest trading year.
Stuart Dutton, Everything Genetic’s Chief Financial Officer, said: “We’ve experienced an upward trajectory of growth, which is testament to our ability to adapt to rapidly fluctuating market conditions.
“We’re really excited that our nimble approach has paid off, and we can now build the business further in the years to come. The Sunday Times award will be a pivotal differentiator for us against others in the field, helping to take Everything Genetic’s growth to the next level.”
The Sunday Times 100, Britain’s fastest-growing private companies league table takes on the baton from The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 series, which celebrated the country’s leading entrepreneurs for 24 years. The 2022 league table is supported by Barclays Private Bank and DHL Express.