Adder Technology Joins Chart of The Sunday Times’ HSBC International Track 200
Adder Technology is a new 2020 entrant in The Sunday Times 11th annual HSBC International Track 200 league table. The International Track, compiled and published by Fast Track, ranks the top 200 mid-market private companies in Britain with the fastest-growing international sales.
Adder Technology ranked alongside leading British brands such as FatFace, Mountain Warehouse and tech companies such as automotive engineer Envisage Group and AV systems integrator AVMI. It is one of seven companies in the East of England to be included and was selected for the first time after growing its international sales by 30% on average per year over the last two years.
“The Sunday Times International Track 200 shows the strength, ambition, and resilience of companies across the UK and we are delighted to be sponsoring again this year,” says Amanda Murphy, Head of Commercial Banking, HSBC UK. “At HSBC UK, we take great pride in recognizing the contribution these businesses are making to driving growth across the UK. The five new entrants in the East of England are making a significant contribution to employment, driving prosperity and growth and are the sort of businesses we are pleased to support every day.”
“We are delighted to be recognized alongside leading British brands in the latest league table,” says Adrian Dickens, CEO, Adder Technology. “Our continued success reflects our commitment to deliver excellence through innovation to all of our partners and customers. Alongside expanding our international footprint and significantly refurbishing our head-office in the last year, we have continued to focus on accelerating our product innovation with the recent launch of our ADDERLink™ INFINITY 3000 range. This latest recognition reflects our commitment to reinvesting in the business to enable continued growth on a global stage.”
The latest accolade comes after Adder announced the details of a multi-million-dollar global expansion to support growing international demand. Alongside the significant refurbishment of its global headquarters in Cambridge, Adder has opened new offices in Paris, Europe and Novato, San Francisco.