The Appointment Group ranks in the Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100

Published the 26th February 2017, the 3rd annual Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s small and medium-sized (SME) companies with the fastest-growing international sales. The 100 companies, together employ more than 8,000 staff, having added almost 3,000 jobs over the period.


The Appointment Group (TAG) is extremely proud to have been ranked at number 62, amongst these 100 highly ambitious and successful SME’s. Since opening its first international office in New York in 2008 TAG has enjoyed tremendous international growth and success, subsequently opening further offices in Los Angeles, Melbourne, Sydney, Atlanta, Nashville, and Singapore with a further acquisition of Australian events management company, Axis in December last year. 



Gareth Oakley, managing director SME banking at Lloyds Banking Group, the title sponsor, commented: “For businesses that take the leap to trade overseas, the rewards can be significant – the strong growth achieved by this year’s SME Export Track 100 is proof of that.”


International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said: “Companies are seizing the huge international demand for innovative UK products and services. We want more businesses to take advantage of this global opportunity, which is why we’re supporting the SME Export Track 100.”


The growth and profitability of this international office network is a real testament to the quality and consistency of service and calibre of staff TAG offers to its clients on a global basis.

Joint Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Maurice Veronique comments: ‘We are delighted to have yet again been included in the SME Export Track 100. This is a great reward for all of The Appointment Group’s investment, hard work domestically in the UK, as well as our determination to expand our overseas operations. This recognition demonstrates British business can thrive and flourish in some of the world’s toughest and most competitive markets.’ 

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