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Warminster firm is growing places
2:53pm Tuesday 20th August 2013 in News
WARMINSTER-based RACS Group is officially the fastest growing company in the South West following the publication of Insider Magazine’s annual Growth Top 100 listings.
RACS Group, one of the UK’s leading payroll prov-iders specialising in the recruitment sector, employs more than 40 people in its Warminster headquarters.
The company, which achieved a 377 per cent increase in turnover for the 2012-2013 year, is also the third fastest growing company across the five regions covered by Insider Magazine.
Insider magazine is one of the UK’s leading business-to-business publications and their Growth 100 listings are compiled from figures submitted to Companies House.
Managing director of RACS Group Terry Hillier said: “This is an amazing accolade for the company and one which highlights the performance of our team both in head office and in our regional offices.
“I am thrilled on a personal level, but perhaps more importantly, delighted for all the staff whose hard work and dedication provide the business’ backbone.”
The accolade has provided a boost for all employees at the company and to the local economy, as RACS Group continues to recruit more employees.
Mr Hillier added: “I honestly believe that we can achieve even further growth over the next year and cement our position as one of the leading umbrella brands in the recruitment industry.”
The company celebrated the official opening of its new state-of-the-art offices in Three Horseshoes Walk in March, after moving from the former offices above Dorothy Perkins in Warminster Market Place.
RACS Group also recently agreed to sponsor an expedition to Everest that 25 pupils from Kingdown School are undertaking, helping to raise money for Dorothy House and Children’s Hospice South West.
Mr Hillier, a former pupil at Kingdown School, said: “We just wanted to give something back to the community, especially as I grew up in Warminster and went to Kingdown.”
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