A SCOTTISH fish farm has been named one of the London Stock Exchange Groups (LSEG) 100 companies to inspire Britain.
The independent Scottish Salmon farm Loch Duart in Lairg, North West Scotland was highlighted as “dynamic and fast growing” by the institution
The farm was honoured along with 58 other small Scottish small and medium-sized businesses in a report by LSEG.
Mark Warrington, Managing Director of Loch Duart, called the listing a “huge honour”.
He said: “We aim to produce the highest quality salmon with the lowest possible environmental impact and by maintaining our niche at the top end of the market for over 20 years, it’s clear our customers across the world agree.
“I’d like to thank our amazing team for their hard work, especially during this pandemic. We look forward to growing our business while continuing with the same, welfare friendly, small-scale farming methods we’ve been using for over twenty-one years.”
LSEG’s Chief Executive, David Schwimmer, said the report highlights the “vital” role of small and medium enterprise in driving growth and providing jobs.
He said: “In this challenging year for businesses, it is more important than ever to shine a light on these stories of resilience and entrepreneurship.
“The success of UK SMEs is crucial as we rebuild a post COVID-19 economy, and London Stock Exchange Group is committed to helping growth companies achieve their potential.”