monday, february 11 , 2019

Instant is recognised as one of the UK’s private companies with the fastest growing international sales for the second consecutive year.

The Instant Group has been ranked at No 28 in the “The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200”.  The study was published with the Business section of the paper this weekend (February 10), on the Sunday Times tablet edition, and on the Fast Track website.

This is the second consecutive year that Instant has been recognised as one of the UK’s private companies with the fastest growing international sales, this time moving up the league table by nearly 50 places.

Tim Rodber, CEO of the Instant Group, said: “To be included within part of the Sunday Times’ study is affirmation of the success we have achieved over the past few years and demonstrates just how well placed we are to grow in the future.

“Much of our international development has stemmed from the excellent client relationships that we have forged and being asked by our client base to move into new territories to support them.  As the appetite for flex solutions evolves, I would anticipate increased demand among our clients to boost their expansion into international markets..” 

Instant has achieved 102.11% growth in international sales per annum over the past year. In the past two years, Instant has opened offices in Kuala Lumpur, San Francisco, Paris, Budapest, Haifa and Istanbul, with more sites planned for the near future.

The global flexible workspace market is continuing to grow at pace – there has been a significant shift in mindset from corporate occupiers of real estate to a more agile approach and consideration of alternative methods of procuring and occupying workspace.

More information can be found out about the list here:

http://www.fasttrack.co.uk/league-tables/international-track-200/


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