The annual Southern Tech 150 has launched with IT products supplier Westcoast topping the list followed by Urenco, nuclear fuel company, and telecommunications company Arqiva.
More than 60% of the companies that qualified for this year’s listing are new additions, and cumulatively the 150 companies have an annual turnover of £13,463 million. This compares to last year’s cumulative total of £8,253.7m from the 100 companies listed.
This year’s cohort also employ an impressive 40,396 staff compared to last year’s total of 24,513 from 100 companies.
The 2021 edition of the Southern Tech 150, which lists the leading privately-owned technology companies (by sales turnover) based in the South East, is compiled and published by The Business Magazine using recognised data sources such as Companies House and is sponsored by:
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The Listing programme will culminate in a private awards dinner, as a live event, in April 2022.