The Ability Matters Group, which comprises an extensive mobility equipment operation covering everything from retail to NHS contracts, has been recognised in an annual awards event celebrating some of the UK’s quickest expanding companies.
The group is ranked 38th out of 200 companies in the Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, and appeared at the awards ceremony for the fourth consecutive year.
The International Track 200 league table ranks the UK’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing overseas sales.
Executive chairman Michael O’Byrne and financial director Paul Robinson were invited to The Dorchester in London for an evening of celebration and recognition.
Alongside representatives from the other successful companies, Ability Matters Group was praised for “making waves on the world stage” by HSBC UK’s head of commercial banking Amanda Murphy.
For the year ending October 2016, the Ability Matters group achieved nearly £43m in sales, a near 8% increase on the previous trading period.
A statement from the mobility group said: “As we look to continue to build on our success in the future we would like to thank all of our hard working team who lead the way in providing the best possible prosthetic, orthotic and mobility services.”