The Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 league table of the UK’s fastest growing private companies has ranked National Care Group in the top three nationally.
National Care Group, a new entrant to the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 league table, has grown its sales by an average of 183% a year to £60.8m in 2020 and has recruited 650 new staff since March of this year.
Co-founded in March 2016 by Jamil Mawji and Faisal Lalani, National Care Group is an established provider of support services for people with complex additional needs arising from learning disability, mental health and acquired brain injury. Working closely with clients, family members, local authorities and healthcare providers National Care Group provides high quality, person-centred support through residential care, supported living, outreach and home support and day services.
James Allen, Chief Executive Officer said: “To have achieved a top three place in the Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100, is testament to the hard work and commitment that all our staff have shown in establishing National Care Group as one of the leading providers of adult care and support in the United Kingdom.
We are committed to continuing to grow National Care Group based on our compelling vision aimed at unlocking the potential of the individuals we support and our colleagues. This recognition comes at a time when due to the fantastic work of so many people working within National Care Group we have shown resilience and a determination to protect the health and well being of the individuals we support.”
Since being founded in 2016 National Care Group has delivered significant growth and completed more than 35 acquisitions to date. Today the group has over 2,400 dedicated staff who support over 1250 people with complex needs.
Co-founder Jamil Mawji added: “We are very proud to have been ranked so highly in the UK’s fastest growing private companies. As we continue to grow nationally, we remain committed to our vision of being the best and most trusted care and support provider in the United Kingdom.”