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Apollo Makes Top 50 in Sunday Times League Table

21 Oct 10 Nationwide property services provider, Apollo has ranked 50 in the Sunday Times’ Top Track 250*, a list of Britain’s leading mid-market private companies.

The table places Apollo above a number of household names that include Manchester United, Arsenal, Pret-a-Manger and Travelodge. 

The only property-related company to feature within the top 100, Apollo had previously ranked 81 in the league table proving quite how fast the company has grown over the past year.  The leap up the operating profit-based table reflects Apollo’s recent acquisitions – M&E and responsive maintenance businesses – combined with expansion into new regions, including Wales, the Midlands and the North.

Apollo’s CEO, Dave Sheridan collected the certificate with Apollo’s Group Commercial Director, Paul Johnson, at an event run by the Sunday Times earlier this week.

Dave commented: “This achievement represents months of hard work from everyone at Apollo as we’ve driven forward our strategy to become a fully integrated nationwide property services provider.  With a national presence solidified, and new build and maintenance operations recently established, our focus as a group board is now turning to the next new business opportunities.  This includes growing our eco retrofitting offering to help our clients meet the Government’s carbon emission targets.  It is this forward-thinking approach that will enable us to continue maintaining the growth and long-term profitability of the company.”

  • Top Track 250 is the sister publication of Top Track 100, which identifies Britain’s 100 private companies with the biggest sales. The league table ranks the 250 next biggest private companies, provided either sales or operating profits have increased in their latest available accounts. Sales range from £138m to £590m.
  • The Apollo Group is one of the fastest-growing property services providers in the UK, operating for clients within the housing, education and public sectors.
  • Apollo’s projects range from major social housing regeneration schemes through to the delivery of fast track school improvement works and the construction of new educational facilities, as well as projects for health, leisure and the emergency services.

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