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The directors of UK-based security bollard manufacturer, Heald Ltd, have been named in The Sunday Times annual Maserati 100 list.
The fourth, 2018 edition of the list marks 100 British entrepreneurs – those who have turned an idea into a business; and recognises the dedication of those entrepreneurs from start-ups to established businesses.
The hostile vehicle mitigation product company which is run by Rod and Debbie Heald secures buildings and pedestrianised areas from vehicle attacks; which included the London Olympics.
Heald, based in Hornsea, East Yorkshire, invests in Intellectual Property, evidenced by ranking eighth overall in the Metis Partners IP 100 League for the third year in a row and winning a number of awards for their sliding bollard product, the Matador.
Managing Director, Debbie Heald MBE said: “We are delighted to be listed amongst some of the UK’s finest innovators. Innovation is very much at the core of Heald’s values, so to have that recognised in The Sunday Times Maserati 100 list demonstrates that we’re excelling in that area”.
Previous recipients have included Angus Thirlwell and Peter Harris, founders of Hotel Chocolat, John Caudwell, Phones4U and easyJet founder, Stelios Haji-Ioannou.
The full list appeared in a four-page pull-out supplement, in the Business Section of the Sunday Times on April 29.