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Simply Energy named in Deloitte Fast 50 for fourth year


Simply Energy named in Deloitte Fast 50 for fourth year running

Posted on 7th November 2013

Wellington, 7th November 2013 – The team at specialist electricity generator - retailer, Simply Energy, is delighted to be named for the fourth year running in the 2013 Deloitte Festival of Fast Growth held in Auckland last night and expressed their appreciation of the great client base they are working with.

Simply Energy was placed 45th for 2013, after coming 32nd at the 2012 Fast50, 26th in 2011 Fast50 and 7th in the 2010 Fast50. It is a great achievement to be a Fast50 finalist four years in a row and joins a very select group of companies that have sustained high growth in the Fast50 for four consecutive years.

Murray Dyer, founding commercial director at Simply Energy comments: “We are delighted to be included in the 2013 Deloitte Fast50 index. We have matured a great deal over the last 18 months into a mid-sized business with proven systems, processes and a track record of identifying and implementing innovative solutions for our clients that is enhancing their business options, profitability and asset values.

We very much appreciate the on-going support of our clients and of course our team. We are lucky to have a very good team of people at Simply Energy delivering great products and services for our clients, we facilitate an important role in the market that is very different from the mainstream retailers by focusing on the provision of wholesale market solutions.

Established in 2005, Simply Energy has an enviable reputation for providing bespoke retail solutions, independent generators and commercial clients with expert services and innovative electricity generation and retail solutions.
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