Sunday Telegraph tips Sidey to lead UK recovery
Perth-based Sidey – one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and
installers of energy efficient windows and doors – has just been
named in the Telegraph 1000: Britain's Brightest Businesses
list. Published in The Sunday Telegraph, the survey picks out
“the 1,000 mid-sized companies which have weathered the economic
storm and are set to be the foundation of the UK's recovery”.
Hardy, Sidey’s Commercial Sales Director, says the report
supports the company’s belief in quality and innovation.
“Quality counts – whether that’s the service you provide or the
products you supply. And that’s even more true in a recession,”
report focuses on companies and partnerships with sales of
between £5m and £500m to provide a snapshot of companies that
collectively generate more than £50bn in sales that have
operations across the UK and that have all weathered the
recession and fitful recovery. The research was compiled with
the help of NESTA, the innovation agency, which identified fast
growing companies, and verified by business information
specialist Dun & Bradstreet (D&B).
is one of a number of construction firms to have prospered
despite the perception that the whole sector has been hit hard.
The company recently created 50 new vacancies within its
manufacturing and installation operations – a rise of 25%. The
new full-time roles – 33 in installation and 17 in manufacturing
– brought the total headcount from 215 to 265.