Ticketer has been identified as one of the London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2019. The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses (SMEs), with companies representing over 40 sectors and spanning every country and region across the UK.
To be selected for the list, businesses had to demonstrate not only positive revenue growth over the last three years but also outperform their sector peers. The result is a unique and varied list of the UK’s most dynamic companies. More details on the Companies to Inspire reports and methodology can be found online at www.1000companies.com.
John Clarfelt, Ticketer Managing Director, comments: “We have had another exceptional year. We are celebrating our 10th year in business and our passion for making it as easy as possible for passengers to use buses has allowed us to achieve a significant share of the UK Electronic Ticket Machine (ETM) market, and to grow our business by over 50% in each of the last three years.”
He continues: “It is immensely gratifying to think that the bus industry, and our business, has been recognised by the London Stock Exchange in this way; it is testament to the industry’s continuing commitment to innovation, and proof that just doing what we are good at, and sticking to our philosophy of always doing “the right thing”, can bring prestigious recognition, as well as commercial success.”
Ticketer’s market leading ETMs are used by bus operators of all sizes, from those running just a few vehicles to those running fleets of thousands. The machines enable passengers to pay in any way that suits them, including contactless, and provide operators with valuable passenger data.
David Schwimmer, CEO, London Stock Exchange Group, comments: “Congratulations to all the companies selected for inclusion in the sixth edition of London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report, which identifies the UK’s most dynamic SMEs. SMEs drive growth, innovation and job creation and are the lifeblood of the British economy. We believe that supporting the growth of these businesses is critical to the UK economy and the creation of a society that works for everyone.”