Stiltz Homelifts has risen to 167th in the Financial Times’ list of the 1,000 top businesses in Europe that have achieved the highest annual growth rate in revenue between 2014 and 2017.
The ranking makes the business the second fastest growing health company in Europe and the 34th highest-ranking UK firm.
Within the timeframe, Stiltz Homelifts has grown by more than 100% and closed 2017 with a turnover of over £14m.
Stiltz Homelifts was founded in 2010 and has a 135-strong team that spans the West Midlands, Yorkshire and Berkshire.
The company offers a range of through-the- floor homelift solutions which provide end-users with a simple and safe way of moving between the floors of their homes.
This includes the BS5900 compliant Stiltz Trio+ Homelift wheelchair model which can be fully or partially funded by a local authority Disabled Facilities Grant.
Gino Farruggio, UK trade sales director of Stiltz Homelifts, said: “We’re thrilled to be included in the FT 1000 list. This highlights to the trade that we’re not only the UK’s fastest growing homelift company, but one of the fastest growing companies in Europe too.
“At Stiltz, we’re changing the way people move around their homes with an easy-to-use homelift solution that also looks great in their house too. Our range of products has helped us achieve phenomenal growth over the last three years.
“Following the launch of our hugely successfully dealer partnership programme, trade dealers in the UK have stood up and taken notice of Stiltz Homelifts because they recognise the difference we can make to their customers’ lives and their companies’ bottom lines.
“At Stiltz, we offer a range of unique opportunities to partner directly with us with high margin sales opportunities of between £2,000 and £4,000 per sale for affiliate partners which just cannot be ignored.
“We’ve partnered with a select number of dealers over the last 12 months and expect to partner with many more this year. We’re confident this will help us achieve an even higher ranking in the FT 1000 next year.”