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Antala wins Greater Manchester fastest growing small business

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We have been named the Fastest growing small business in this year’s Ward Hadaway Greater Manchester Fastest 50.

The award ceremony took place at the Royal Exchange Theatre on Friday 10th May, celebrating the achievements of the fastest growing, profitable companies in the region.

The Ward Hadaway Greater Manchester Fastest 50 is an annual list of the 50 fastest growing privately-owned businesses across Greater Manchester. The list is ordered by average turnover growth, which is assessed on a percentage increase based on the difference between turnover figures filed for the last three years. The Fastest growing small business awards is for businesses with a turnover of £1m-£10m.

The awards are backed by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and University of Salford Business School.

Victor Argudo, CEO of Antala Ltd said: “We are absolutely delighted, and the Fastest growing small business awards is a great recognition of Antala’s achievements over the past years and reflect our amazing team and hard work.”

This year marks our 20th Anniversary in speciality chemicals, with Antala Ltd being founded in 2012 in Manchester. The company has grown from strength to strength becoming a leading chemical solutions provider with technical expertise and knowledge across a wide range of industries and applications.

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