Rapidly growing Unified Comms, Contact Centre and Cyber Solutions provider Babble, has been listed by executive search practice Oresa in its inaugural growth index naming the 100 fastest growing companies in the UK during the past two years.
Babble is the 80th company listed in the index, just behind fintech challenger Wise and ahead of luxury activewear brand Sweaty Betty.
Oresa started the index to celebrate the companies and leaders who drive exceptional growth in both the public and private sectors. The index not only celebrates the businesses who have achieved outstanding financial results, it also champions those whose growth has a higher social or environmental purpose, or simply a positive influence from how they do business.
Babble has grown exponentially in the past three years through both organic activity and 19 acquisitions. Babble now employs 250+ people and supports over 10,000 organisations across the UK.
Babble recently became the lead partner for the epic cycling challenge Ride Across Britain 2022. As part of this move, Babble has a three-year fundraising target of £500,000 for charities including the Prince’s Trust and the Buffalo Foundation and is focussing its efforts on driving tangible, positive social impact by supporting young people to achieve their goals.
Matt Parker, CEO at Babble said, “I’m thrilled with this recognition. It’s a testament to the resilience, efforts, and creativity of a team at Babble who have achieved great things in the last few years. Oresa have provided a vision of what ‘good growth’ looks like: exceptional results aligned with a positive impact on society.
“This accolade means all the more because we want to be more than just a high growth technology business; we want to make a difference in the communities we serve.”
Orland Martins, CEO at Growth Index and Oresa added, “Babble fully deserves to feature on the Growth Index. We set out to celebrate the progressive companies who are using the opportunity to solve complex real-world problems whilst enriching the communities they operate in. That’s just what Babble does.”