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Cynozure ranks in top 50 of The Sunday Times 100, Britain’s fastest-growing private companies, second year in a row 

LONDON – 3 July 2023 – Cynozure, a leading data and analytics company, today announced it has ranked in the top 50 of The 2023 Sunday Times 100, Britain’s fastest growing private companies, for the second year in a row.  

With annual sales growth of nearly 80% over three years, Cynozure’s consistent placement in this prestigious list demonstrates the company’s sustained momentum and unwavering commitment to driving positive change through data and analytics. Penguin Random House, Knight Frank, OFCOM, and UNICEF are among the hundreds of organisations Cynozure has worked with to help reach their data potential.   

Jason Foster, Founder and CEO at Cynozure commented: “Data has become the lifeblood of contemporary businesses, fuelling insights and driving informed decision-making. As organisations continue to navigate an increasingly complex and data-rich world, it is crucial for them to harness the power of data and analytics to unlock new opportunities and maintain a competitive edge.”  

The explosive growth of data and artificial intelligence (AI) has created unprecedented opportunities for businesses across industries. This exponential growth, and the complexity it brings, presents organisations with immense potential, but it also underscores the need for responsible and ethical data practices. 

In line with its dedication to responsible use of data, Cynozure also recently achieved B Corp Certification, reinforcing its commitment to using business as a force for good for positive societal change and creating a sustainable, regenerative and inclusive future. 

The Sunday Times 100, Britain’s fastest-growing private companies league table, takes on the baton from The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 series, which celebrated the country’s leading entrepreneurs for 24 years. Companies needed to be independent, privately-owned and U.K. headquartered; have sales that exceed £5 million in their latest year of trading, but not £250 million; have four years of accounts, with sales growth measured by compound annual growth rate over the latest three financial years; annualised sales should exceed £250,000 in the base year, and not show a drop from the penultimate to the latest year; companies should be in profit (operating) in their latest year. 

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