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22 February 2018

Bryter ranked in Sunday Times top 100!

We've been recognised for our international sales growth in the 2018 Sunday Times SME Export Track 100!

The Sunday Times Lloyds SME Export Track 100 ranks Britain’s top 100 small and medium-sized (SME) companies with the fastest-growing international sales over the latest two years. The full list will be published in the Sunday Times on 25 February 2018.

Commenting on the ranking, Bryter’s US Managing Director, Ben Gibbons, stated that “we are proud to represent British industry and the market research sector on the world stage. With hubs in London and New York we service clients from over 20 countries, conducting research in over 40 international markets in the past year. International and domestic UK research have always been joint priorities for Bryter and our long-term clients trust us to deliver; whether it’s exploratory qual about connected home appliances in Asia or research to support a pharmaceutical launch in the US and South America”

Directors Ben Gibbons and Seb Martin, both 43, alongside Research Director Laurence Olding, founded Bryter in 2010 and international sales hit £5m last year. Around 15% of Bryter’s sales are in Asia, and the team plan to open a Singapore office to continue driving growth in the region.

UK Managing Director Seb Martin explained how “being in London and New York allows us to tap in to the best talent available; the UK punches well above its weight in market research in terms of the size of the industry and innovation. This, coupled with our global scope, has enabled us to continue to grow year-on-year”


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