CV Library named among UK’s 100 most profitable businesses
Young Gun-founded company listed in Sunday Times' Profit Track 100 league table with latest profits of £6.3m
CV Library, the recruitment jobs site founded by 2012 Growing Business Young Guns Lee Biggins and Brian Wakem, has been named among the UK’s top 100 profitable businesses in the Sunday Times‘ 2015 Profit Track 100 league table.
Founded in 2000, CV Library has built up a thriving resume database of over eight million CV’s and over 9,000 companies using its platform.
According to the Sunday Times, the company has witnessed 60.62% average annual profit growth over the last three years with current profits of £6.3m and £1.5m base profit. Profits have been boosted recently by the expansion of its service to America.
Alongside CV Library, other businesses named include Brompton Bicycle with profits of £3.5m, home accessories retailer The White Company with profits of £6.5m and fast-growth travel search engine Skyscanner; which ranked in third place with profits of £17.7m.
Sunglasses retailer The Hut Group was named as the UK’s most profitable business of 2015 for having achieved profits of £16m, with 216% average annual growth over the last three years.