London, 1st July 2022: Capital on Tap, a global Fintech providing an all-in-one small business credit card and spend management platform, has earned a place in the inaugural The Sunday Times 100, Britain's fastest-growing private companies, coming in at number 54.
The Sunday Times 100 is the prestigious annual ranking of Britain’s fastest-growing private companies and this year takes the baton from The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 series, which celebrated the country’s top entrepreneurs for 24 years.
“This is a truly special moment for us at Capital on Tap,” said Alex Miles, UK Managing Director. “After recently celebrating our 10th birthday and 200,000th customer, as well as releasing a plethora of new features for our small business customers in the U.S. and U.K., it’s great to be recognised on such a prestigious list.”
Richard Tyler, editor of The Times Enterprise Network said of the list, “While lockdowns, supply chain disruption, skills shortages, and inflationary pressures have made life for business leaders extremely difficult in the last two years, many have been quick to respond to new growth opportunities.”
To qualify for the award, companies must have four years of accounts with sales growth measured by the compound annual growth rate over the latest three financial years. A full list of the criteria is available here. The research is conducted by Beauhurst.
About Capital on Tap
Capital on Tap makes it easy for small businesses to manage their business spending, access funding, and earn cash back, travel, and gift card rewards. More than 200,000 small businesses have spent £4 billion on their Capital on Tap Business Credit Cards across the US and UK.
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