Antura is once again being recognized as one of Sweden's most prosperous growth companies and for the fourth year in a row, it is receiving the “Super Company” award in Bisnode and Veckans Affärer's annual compilation.
Antura is one of 496 companies in Sweden that have been
voted as a Super Company this year, the most demanding distinction both to
obtain and maintain. In order to be included in the ranking, the company needs
to have met stringent demands for growth, profitability and return on capital
four years in a row. On average, only one
per thousand of Swedish companies meet those requirements.
In order to qualify, a company not “only” needs to
demonstrate high and steady growth – here, long-term sales growth in
combination with sustainable profitability, viable management of resources over
the long term and a good financial strategy are required.
The tough criteria for Super Companies not only mean that it
is difficult to get on the list, it is also difficult to stay on the list from
one year to the next. A majority of companies therefore consist of “new”
companies, i.e., companies that are named as Super Companies for the first
time. Antura is one of 28 companies that have met the requirements and been
named as a Super Company for four years in a row.
The Super Companies not only perform better financially than
other comparable companies, but they also play a key role in creating new jobs.
This year’s 496 Super Companies represent roughly 20 % of all
new jobs in the private sector.
Mattias Wallén from Antura received the award at Veckans Affärer’s Super Companies lunch at Operaterrassen in Stockholm on November 5. Photo: Veckans Affärer/Pax Engström Nyström.
About the 2015 Super
The companies that can simultaneously show long-term sales
growth, sustainable profitability, viable management of resources over the long
term and a good financial strategy have good chances of gaining Super Company
Bisnode’s model for identifying and ranking Sweden’s Super
Companies is based on the economic performance of the Swedish corporations. The
model takes into account and weighs the corporations’ growth, profit, earnings,
efficiency, capital structure and financing over the past four years. Of all
existing corporations, only 496 made the list in 2015.