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SUNDAY TELEGRAPH NAMES DOOR-STOP AS CRUCIAL TO ECONOMIC RECOVERY


The Sunday Telegraph has named leading composite door manufacturer Door-Stop as one of Britain’s Brightest Businesses, ‘set to be the foundation of the UK’s recovery’. The listing was issued in a special supplement on Sunday 11th September, as part of the broadsheet’s ‘Festival of Business’. Door-Stop was one of the companies identified by The Telegraph as growing and generating jobs while weathering the economic storm – those which are ‘not just surviving, but thriving’.


The research was compiled with the help of agency NESTA and business


information specialist Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), which verified the data. The Telegraph also polled a dozen organisations including the Royal Academy of Engineering and conducted research of companies receiving peer acclaim.


Door-Stop is in good company, highlighted alongside high-profile names


such as Aardman Animations, Weetabix, Lotus cars, The White Company, Ardmore Construction. Door-Stop is listed under its closing 2010 turnover of £13 million for its second year of business; almost double that of the previous year. This year’s accounts, due to be posted shortly, will show the 3rd financial year turnover as £17m, with a £1.2m profit.


To read The Telegraph’s feature, visit http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/


yourbusiness/8755546/Telegraph-1000-Britains-Brightest-Businesses.html. For more information on Door-Stop composite doors visit www.door-stop.co.uk.


Nick Dutton, Managing Director of Door-Stop.


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