Harris Makes Fastest 50 Yorkshire Firms / February, 2018

The Harris Partnership has been included in the Ward Hadaway Fastest 50 2018, the comprehensive list of the region’s fastest-growing companies, for a second year in succession. Organised by leading law firm Ward Hadaway and backed by The Yorkshire Post, the list highlights and celebrates the achievements of the profitable, privately-owned companies in the region which have grown their turnover by the largest amount

Philip Jordan, Partner in Ward Hadaway’s Leeds office, said: “We are very proud to present the eighth Ward Hadaway Yorkshire Fastest 50 which once again has produced a diverse mix, but with one common thread in that they all have a passion to see Yorkshire succeed.”

“The list demonstrates the sheer variety of companies who are succeeding in growing their businesses, creating jobs and prosperity and attracting investment into the region. It is these companies which are the growth drivers of the Yorkshire economy and they deserve the accolades and the attention which being in the Ward Hadaway Yorkshire Fastest 50 brings them.”

The list has been compiled and verified using publicly available information from Companies House and represented firms now go forwards to the Fastest 50 Awards which take place at Aspire in Leeds on March 16th 2018. Awards will be given to the fastest growing small, medium and large business with one of these three winners going on to be named the overall fastest growing Yorkshire business for 2018.

Harris Partnership Group Managing Director, Mike Schorah, said: “We are immensely proud to have made the Yorkshire Fastest 50 for a second year in a row. It is a testament to the talent and hard work of all our staff here in Yorkshire and across our offices in Manchester, London, Milton Keynes and Reading, and we now look forward to celebrating the awards evening with the other 49 firms who are driving prosperity in our region.”

In 2017 The Harris Partnership was listed 24th in The Fastest 50 and we are hoping to go even higher this year when Sir Keir Starmer, the Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, will speak at the event.