Dozens of Chesterfield companies among Derbyshire’s top 200 businesses
It has been revealed by the University of Derby that 40 Chesterfield businesses are among the top 200 firms in Derbyshire.
Researchers from the University’s Business School have compiled the list, which ranks all active, private sector businesses in Derby and Derbyshire by turnover — a simple but powerful indicator of business growth and relative positioning.
It showcases some of the companies driving the local economy and highlights interesting growth sectors and place-based clusters.
Angela Tooley, Enterprise Development Manager at the University of Derby, said: “Derby and Derbyshire are home to global brands, as well as locally owned high growth companies from a diverse range of sectors, which are at the forefront of innovation in UK growth areas such as decarbonisation, clean growth, digital and export of services.
“This research further confirms the strength of the area’s businesses, particularly as many of them are based outside of our main towns and city. This makes their contribution to the regional economy even more important, through providing high-quality employment and buying goods and services from local supply chains, many of whom are SMEs.”
The Top 200 has been compiled from publicly available information for the financial period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020, including data from Companies House and the Fame database. It therefore doesn’t show the full effects of the pandemic, which will become more apparent in the 2023 listing.
To qualify, companies must have:
- been active during 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020 (i.e. not in receivership or dormant)
- had their registered office based in the region
- reported independent accounts to Companies House for the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020
Professor Kamil Omoteso, Pro Vice-Chancellor Dean of the College of Business, Law and Social Sciences at the University of Derby, added: “As the University’s profile and impact within the business community continues to grow and we move forward with our plans for our city-based Derby Business School, it’s fantastic to see such strong, thriving businesses, many that the University works closely with, recognised in the list.”
The Chesterfield businesses included in the list are:
- Avant Homes Group – 13
- GI Recruitment – 17
- University of Derby – 27
- Avanti Gas – 36
- Vesuvius – 39
- BI Group -53
- Eyre and Elliston Holdings -60
- Xtratherm UK – 68
- Global Brands (GBL) Holdings – 78
- Hillcare Holdings – 88
- Derbyshire Support and Facilities Services Ltd. – 89
- Heathcotes Group – 90
- Caldic UK – 100
- Proact IT UK – 102
- Designer Contracts – 103
- James Convenience Retail -109
- Tenant Metallurgical Group Holdings Limited – 110
- Xbite – 111
- PR Marriott Drilling Ltd. – 120
- United Rental Group – 122
- Utopia Holdings -127
- Capital Refactories – 130
- Robinson PLC- 133
- Bridgstock – 134
- Evolution Funding Group – 135
- UK Egg Centre – 136
- CMC Chesterfield – 137
- Magnavale – 141
- Lubriacnt Holdings (Midlands) – 143
- Aperam Stainless Services and Solutions UK – 152
- Dormer Pramet – 162
- Atlas Copco Medical – 164
- Meter Provida Holdco – 169
- Minorfern Ltd. – 174
- Versus Arthritis – 176
- Cathelco – 189
- Moorhen Holdings – 190
- Foseco International – 191
- Coster Aerosols – 194
- HRE Newco – 199
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A number of businesses featured in the list support the marketing and economic growth of the town through Chesterfield Champions, a network of over 200 organisations across Chesterfield and North Derbyshire. These include: Avant Homes, University of Derby, Global Brands, Robinson PLC, SDL Minorfern.