Superior Wellness Listed as One of the UK’s Fastest-Growing Businesses

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Based in Chesterfield, U.K., Superior Wellness announced that they are part of "Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneurs Growth 100," a prestigious list that reveals the U.K.'s fastest-growing privately owned businesses in the country where the founder or founders are still actively involved. Businesses must have sales between £3m and £200m, trading for at least three years, and have turned an operating profit in the latest financial year to make it into the top 100. London (26%), South East (13%), Yorkshire (11%), and Scotland (9%) top the list regionally of where companies are based.

The "Growth 100" celebrates British business at its best — highlighting founders that are driving their companies to deliver significant sales, revenue and profit against a backdrop of unprecedented economic challenges. Women are founders or co-founders of nearly a third of all winning companies with the exact ratio of men to women founders standing at 68% to 32%.   

Superior Wellness is a fast-growing hot tub manufacturer, creating premium, high-quality products focused on improving health and well-being. They have recently launched new brands "Chill Tubs" and "Hekla Saunas" which are proving to be popular.The founder and managing director, Rob Carlin, has been a driving force in the wellness industry since 2011. With his exemplary leadership and innovative vision, he has propelled Superior Wellness to become one of the leading hot tub companies in the world.

The level of growth that the business has experienced since launching in 2011 is commendable. This has been achieved through hard work, dedication and the direction of Rob. Rob is a true leader in the hot tub industry who has demonstrated his ability to innovate, lead and inspire.

To be on the list, businesses must be U.K. registered, independent and unquoted and meet the following criteria:

  • Sales between £3m and £200m
  • Trading for at least three years
  • An operating profit in the latest financial year
  • Founder(s) must still be involved

The Growth 100's annual list shines a light on the finest and fastest-growing privately owned businesses in the country, where the founder or founders are still involved. The Growth 100 is run by FEBE, the club built for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs.

Rob Carlin, managing director, says, “We were so proud when we heard the news that Superior Wellness had made it onto Growth 100 list. We ranked 30th in Britain for the fastest-growing companies privately owned businesses. This is such an incredible achievement for us as a company and a real accolade to the team and their hard work. I would like to extend my thanks to all the Superior Wellness team and our partner network for making this possible.”

Commenting on the FEBE Growth 100 List, FEBE founder, Charlotte Quince, says, “We’re so excited to publish this year’s Growth 100. So many people think that business founders just ‘get lucky’ or think of an idea one day and are successful the next. But we know that the journey to success is anything but smooth. The Growth 100 celebrates those who have embraced the entrepreneurial roller coaster and who are now thriving as some of the fastest growing brands in the country.”

Former Dragon’s Den Dragon and FEBE Growth 100 ambassador, Jenny Campbell, adds, “I’m very proud to be part of something that celebrates and supports the very best British entrepreneurs and their companies. FEBE Growth 100 focuses on true entrepreneurialism. Founders are unique — their experiences, their vision and their resilience are unlike anything else. So, we want to celebrate these ‘dare to doers’ and shine a light on the incredible accomplishments of some of the finest and fastest-growing companies in the country.”

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