Apogee has been recognised as one of ‘1000 Companies To Inspire Europe’ in a publication launched today by the London Stock Exchange Group at the European Parliament in Brussels.
The London Stock Exchange Group’s second edition of ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Europe’ showcases Europe’s most inspiring and fast growing small and medium-sized companies and leading independent managed services provider Apogee is amongst them.
Directors of Apogee will attend the celebration at the European Parliament in Brussels along with the European Commission’s Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis, many other European MEPs, other inspiring companies and a selection of local and international media.
Xavier Rolet KBE, CEO of London Stock Exchange Group commented “Our goal in producing the report is to continue to highlight to as wide an audience as possible, the importance of fast growing businesses to the future of the European economy. To be selected businesses had to demonstrate not only positive growth in revenue over the last three years, but also outperform their country peers. This report shines a light on some of Europe’s most vibrant companies including Apogee.”
Jason Collins, Apogee’s Founder and Joint CEO commented: “I am delighted that Apogee has been recognised by the London Stock Exchange Group as amongst the 1000 Companies to Inspire Europe. We are rightly very proud of the rapid growth to £250 million turnover we have achieved over the last three years, and to be publicly recognised for outperforming our country peers is very satisfying for all the staff at Apogee who make this happen. Our inclusion in the 1000 Companies That Inspire is a reflection of how well Apogee understands their customer needs, we are setting the standard for managed services across Europe and we will continue to raise the bar as we grow.”
In October Apogee will be hosting an exclusive event at another inspirational venue, the Institute of Directors in London. The Strategies for Digital Transformation event will provide senior management delegates with strategies to transform their organisation, optimising processes and meeting the challenges of security and GDPR through the application of digital technologies.