Chief Executive Officer at Smart Traffic Philip Cheek says, ‘To achieve a listing in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 for the second year in succession shows we are maintaining our momentum and building on what we have already achieved. Our clients know we do a good job and although that is the main thing, it is always nice to gain national recognition for our efforts as a company.’
The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 league table comprises of Britain’s 100 private tech (TMT) companies with the fastest growing sales figures over the latest three years.
Philip Cheek goes onto say, ‘Although gaining national recognition is a major morale booster for the whole organisation we know the job is far from finished. Our expansion program into overseas markets, particularly Australia, is rapidly gaining ground with clients seeing exactly what we promised them, a decent ROI.’
To add context to the Sunday Times Tech Track 100, a typical featured company has between 20 and 200 staff, is owned and run by entrepreneurs, has three years sales growth of between 40% pa-280% pa and has sales ranging from £5m-£50m.
Philip Cheek concludes by saying, ‘As previously mentioned, although we do appreciate national recognition our main objective as a company remains the same, ensuring our clients are better performing from a search perspective than their competitors.’
Smart Traffic (est.2006) provide Search Marketing Services to a diverse range of clients throughout the UK, Continental Europe, the US and Australia.