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Small World Financial Services makes the Sunday Times International Track 200 ranking

The Sunday Times published the fifth annual International Track 200 league table on 13 July, in which Britain’s fastest growing companies in terms of international sales for the last two years. The ranking system has been revamped, and expanded since the 2010-2011 season when only 100 companies were represented.

This year, Small World Financial Services made the Top 50, boasting an impressive 65% jump in international sales, allowing it to comfortably stand at number 41 on the list, meaning that the company would have easily qualified even if the contest had not been rescaled over the last two years.

Engineering, food and drink industries, consumer goods and business services, Small World FS’s own field, are just some of the sectors in which these top 200 British companies have exceeded. The astounding success of these companies has also forced Fast Track, the organization behind the ranking system, to raise the minimum sales requirement for eligibility from five million to 25 million. The 49.5 million earned in international sales by Small World FS put the company squarely in the middle of the upper quarter of the list, making this a satisfying acknowledgment of the hard work behind the success.

This year the companies had a combined revenue of 8.5 billion pounds and an average growth rate of 36%. According to the Sunday Times, most of the companys’ main international markets were in mainland Europe (165), with North America ranking second (102). However, another interesting piece of data offered by the British paper is that a fifth of the companies acquire revenue from four or more continents. This would be the case for Small World, the money transfer group with the most extensive network of branches and agents in the world.

Small World is determined to continue to grow at the rapid rate at which it is currently expanding.