REDEEM Ltd has won a place on the latest Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100, which will be published inside the Business section this weekend, on the Sunday Times iPad/tablet edition, and on the Sunday Times website from Sunday.
Claes Svensson, CEO of Redeem, said: “I am delighted that Redeem has joined the UK’s fastest growing companies, as recognised by this renowned, high profile award.”
Says a spokesperson: “Fast track is a network of the UK’s top-performing companies. Since 1997 the league tables have ranked the most successful private companies and published them in the Sunday Times. Redeem has been selected as having one of the fastest growing sales figures over the last three years.”
A typical Fast Track 100 company:
- is owned and run by entrepreneurs
- has between 50 and 300 staff
- has average three-year sales growth ranging between 50 per cent and 400 per cent pa
- has sales ranging between £5m and £100m
- 20 per cent of the companies have venture capital backing
Past companies in the league table include Cath Kitson, Jack Wills, Innocent Smoothies and Carphone Warehouse.
Redeem is a WEEE recycler of used electronics for mobile network operators (MNO) and corporate clients in nine European countries.
The company specialises in making corporate social responsibility (CSR) easy for their clients and is a leader in driving sustainable business growth on the back of the environmental and economic benefits of electronics recycling.
Redeem refurbishes and resells or recycles high volumes of a wide range of IT and electronic equipment including mobile phones, tablets, MP3 players, sat navs, digital cameras, consoles, laptop computers, printer cartridges and games.
Re-used electronic items are security and theft checked, data-cleansed and sold in accordance with current legislation. Redeem has certified ISO 9001 & 14001 compliance as a specialist waste carrier and has won a number of local and national business awards.
The Redeem group, founded in 1991, is an international environmental marketing services company.
With 150 employees in Scotland, England and Hong Kong, the group provides sustainable, data secure, recycling services to MNO and corporate clients in nine European countries.
Redeem’s international clients includes mobile network operators, wholesalers, retailers, charities and direct consumers, such as O2 (Telefonica UK) and Sainsbury’s.
Redeem refurbishes and resells or recycles high volumes of a wide range of IT and electronic equipment including mobile phones, tablets, mp3 players, sat navs, digital cameras, consoles, laptop computers, printer cartridges and games.
All devices are reused or disposed of in accordance with the WEEE directive. Re-used items are security and theft checked, data cleansed and sold in accordance with current legislation.
Redeem has certified ISO 9001 & 14001 compliance as a specialist waste carrier and has won a number of local and national business awards.
Working with Redeem, O2 Recycle achieved the world record for the largest number of mobile phones to be recycled in one day (Guinness Book of Records).
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