Cambridge (UK) – Global Graphics PLC has been selected for the FT Future 100 UK ranking - the UK’s fast-growing businesses that are shaping the future of their sector and making a positive impact on business and society. Global Graphics PLC, whose headquarters are in Cambridge, is a developer of platforms for digital inkjet printing and type design.
“We’re delighted to be included”, says Gary Fry, the CEO of Global Graphics PLC. “2018 has been a year of milestones for us and this ranking adds to the accolades we have received. We are enjoying financial success from keeping our eye firmly on our strategy to provide solutions to the fast-growing inkjet market and we’ve just received a prestigious industry award from the Printing Industries of America for the impact we are making. Earlier this year we appeared in the 2018 London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 companies to inspire Britain. None of this success would have been possible without our talented employees who go the extra mile to deliver first-class products and support to our customers.”
At the end of September Global Graphics Software, a subsidiary of Global Graphics PLC, will collect a major industry accolade, the InterTech™ Technology Award, from the Printing Industries of America. The award is for the software innovation that makes it possible to achieve high-quality at high-speed when printing on wide range of surfaces including textiles, packaging and ceramics. In May 2018 Global Graphics PLC appeared in the 2018 London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 companies to inspire Britain, an annual celebration of some of the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK.
As an FT Future 100 UK company, Global Graphics will be included in The Mishcon Leap programme. The Leap is an active network offering events for founders and management of innovative fast-growth businesses in the UK. The programme includes a series of workshops, briefings and opportunities to learn from and share experiences with fellow business leaders.
Global Graphics revenues for the financial year ended 2017 were Euros 20.5m compared with Euros 7.9m in 2013.