Pets Purest Named As A Sunday Times 100 Fast Growing Business

Pets Purest (the Manchester-based pet supplements retailer) has been named one of Britain’s fastest growing companies, in the inaugural Sunday Times 100 list.

Pets Purest was started by a husband-and-wife team named Oliver and Evie Bristowe, with just £600 in 2017, when Evie’s family dogs were suffering from dry skin.

Sales of their chemical-free treatments and all-natural dog and cat treats rose to £6.3 million in 2021, and sales have climbed by 130.15% over the last three years. Oliver’s goal is to make the company the “most trusted natural pet care brand on the planet.”

Also, a few months ago, the same team who invested in Montana Brown’s Swim SocietyFearless Adventures – invested in Pets Purest, too.

The husband-and-wife team behind Pets Purents, Oli and Evie Bristowe, – first met in primary school, but Evie left in year two. However, fate led them to meet again in sixth form, and the rest is history. Oli was the guy who sold sweets at school, – so much so, that his school canteen saw a drop in sales.

“The Sunday Times 100 is our new-look annual celebration of the UK’s entrepreneurial achievements. The founders of these exciting businesses are vital job creators and innovators. The top 100 have performed exceptionally during the pandemic and show how some companies used the change to consumer and work habits to their advantage,” said Jim Armitage, the Business Editor at The Sunday Times.

It’s great to be recognised for all of the hard work we’ve put in over the past few years. It really shows that customers value our natural approach. We’re looking forward to the growth we can achieve over the coming years,” said the brand’s Founder, Oli Bristowe.

Find out more here: https://www.petspurest.com