BDO is delighted to sponsor a number of Fast Track’s programmes, a commitment which demonstrates its support to ambitious and fast-growing companies who are the backbone of the UK economy.
BDO is the title sponsor of Profit Track 100 for a sixth year, and main sponsors of Fast Track 100 and Tech Track 100 for a fifth year. They were previously title sponsor of Top Track 100 for two years, main sponsor of Fast Track 100 for two years, and of Tech Track 100 for four years.
BDO is an accountancy and business advisory firm who provide integrated advice and solutions to organisations across the UK. Our clients are Britain’s economic engine – ambitious, entrepreneurially-spirited and high growth businesses that fuel the economy. We share our clients’ ambitions and their entrepreneurial mind-set and are delighted that for the fourth year running, we have the highest proportion of clients who would recommend us as advisers amongst the major firms*.
BDO LLP operates in 18 offices across the UK, employing 3,600 people offering tax, audit and assurance, and a range of advisory services. BDO LLP has underlying revenues of £428m and is the UK member firm of the BDO International network.
The BDO global network provides business advisory services in 162 countries, with 74,000 people working out of 1,500 offices worldwide. It has revenues of $8.1bn.
Strong teams and smart ideas make a bright future, writes Stuart Lisle
(from the 2019 Profit Track 100 supplement)
(from the 2018 Fast Track 100 supplement)
Tony Spillett says the firms on this year’s Tech Track 100 league table could turn into world beaters, but they’ll need help
(from the 2018 Tech Track 100 supplement)
Stuart Lisle says following their convictions has paid dividends for determined entrepreneurs
(from the 2018 Profit Track 100 supplement)
Stuart Lisle says resourceful companies don’t wait for the people they need to show up – they help train them
(from the 2017 Fast Track 100 supplement)
Tony Spillett says adtech firms are using the wave of new technologies to solve the industry’s age-old challenges
(from the 2017 Tech Track 100 supplement)