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Pareto named a winner at the Great British Entrepreneurship Awards

Pareto FM has won the Scale-Up category at this year’s Great British Entrepreneurship Awards (GBEA).

The Scale-Up category recognises business who have successfully navigated the initial stages of business and are now focused on rapidly expanding their operations. These fast-growth, scaling businesses are committed to economic growth as they drive job creation and boost revenue.

Pareto FM has been on an inspirational journey since it was founded by Andrew Hulbert in 2014 which included investment from NVM Private Equity LLP in 2021. After experiencing phenomenal growth over the last nine years, today Pareto is on course for around £50 million turnover with over 500 team members delivering to some of the biggest brands in the world.

Andrew Hulbert, Pareto founder, commented: “We continue to be absolutely blown away by the positivity and recognition for Pareto. I am just so proud of the growth we have achieved and the good we have done along the way. As Pareto has scaled with have added some of the best talent within the industry and we continue to lead in areas such as technical excellence, social agenda and environmental sustainability. I’d like to personally thank NVM for their continued support having been invested, in Pareto, for the last three years.”

David Rolfe, Partner at NVM, said: “We knew from when we first met the Pareto team that they had the potential to achieve significant growth. Their unique culture, great brand and outstanding work ethic was the perfect basis to grow from. NVM was delighted to provide the investment to foster this growth and have enjoyed being part of the story so far. We know Pareto will continue to scale new heights and we are excited for the future growth journey.”

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