E2E, in association with The Independent, in partnership with IWG plc, has announced its Female 100 list, which identifies the 100 fastest-growing female-led or founded businesses in the UK through their growth rate of employees over the past three years from data gathered by Experian and Go Live Data.
Sonia Murton, Founder and Managing Director of Westbury Property Maintenance Ltd trading as Westbury FM was 18th on the list for an impressive employee growth rate of 68% over 3 years.
E2E 100 shines a spotlight on innovators and changemakers across the UK, highlighting their ideas and drive for positive change. In total, six E2E 100 lists will be revealed in 2023, focusing on distinct but equally important aspects of UK business, celebrating the companies and individuals making the biggest impacts in each category.
The league tables highlight the incredible work achieved by females throughout the UK. The E2E Female 100 launched in March 2023 and was celebrated at a dinner for the 100 companies featured, accompanied by some of the UK’s top business leaders at the House of Commons.
Sonia Murton, Founder and Managing Director of Westbury Property Maintenance, said:
It is a pleasure to be recognised among some of the most inspiring female entrepreneurs who have embraced innovation and built thriving enterprises during the pandemic. I am proud of my team at Westbury FM and I look forward to continued growth and being an active member of the E2E community.
Shalini Khemka CBE, Founder & CEO, E2E said:
‘It is critical that we recognise and celebrate the contribution of the UK’s fastest growing companies and better understand the future challenges that they face.’
Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE, DL Founder, Cobra Beer, said:
“I am thrilled that E2E has launched the E2E 100, beginning with The Female 100 as it showcases the fastest growing female-led companies by employee growth from all over the UK.”
Founded in 2011, by Shalini Khemka CBE, Founder & CEO, E2E is an exciting and thriving powerhouse of ground-breaking entrepreneurs, investors, non-execs and SME-focused corporate organisations. E2E’s current community consists of 24,000 SMEs who contribute £230bn in turnover to the UK economy and employ 1.15 million people.