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Potts Print (UK) Ranks 20th in the Fastest 50 for 2012

Potts Print (UK) is travelling up the annual Ward Hadaway Fastest 50 list, with an average turnover growth of 21.8% securing our place as the 20th fastest growing private business in the North East of England.

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The list of companies was announced on the nebusiness website in September, and was published as a Top 50 in The Journal today (17th October 2012).

Damien Charlton, partner in the commercial law team at Ward Hadaway, said:

“Once again, the Fastest 50 has delivered a fascinating snapshot of the North East economy.

“The sheer variety of companies represented in the list demonstrates the continuing strength and vibrancy of the region’s business world and gives us all something to feel proud about – all the more important in view of the current economic climate.

“All the businesses listed here are forging ahead and seeing their turnover grow – they are real trailblazers who deserve our support, encouragement and our applause.”

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Our part of Northumberland was well represented on this year’s list, with five other Cramlington-based businesses joining Potts in the running, as well as a few of our clients around the region.

See today’s Journal for the entire Fastest 50 for 2012.

Laurie Cansfield
Corporate Communications Manager
Potts Print (UK)

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