Milan – 7 April 2017 – FSI, which has been operating in the facility management and energy management sector since 2009, has featured in a Financial Times report comparing 50,000 Italian and European companies and picking out the 1000 fastest-growing ones according to various criteria. In the property sector FSI, led by Alessandro Belloni (Chairman) and Rocco Ruggiero (CEO) came first among Italian companies and 422nd in Europe. (www.ft.com/FT1000). This achievement is due to the way it pays attention to the needs of all its stakeholders and its no-nonsense approach to customers on a basis of collaboration and long-term loyalty.
A smart organization with a management well versed in American business philosophy, FSI has the innovative approach and broad range of services to grow fast: according to the Financial Times report its revenue growth in the three years 2012 to 2015 was €9,874m, or 271% in the property sector where its facility management operation works. Since 2014 General Contracting has been one of the lines of business which make the group so competitive and have helped it to extend its potential market in recent years; another has been civil works, and another the maintenance of parks and gardens through its sister company VME which joined the FSI group in that year; yet another is its energy management business, where it set up ECO2ZONE in 2015 to give practical expression to the values of sustainability and innovation that have always formed part of FSI’s mission; lastly, there is the soft services management business carried on by Reclean, which joined the group at the end of 2016 as a mixed services/labour cooperative. These mergers and acquisitions have been the key to the group’s successful start, achieved through the commitment and hard work of over 200 employees worldwide, in various locations around Italy (Nova Milanese, Rome and Bologna) and elsewhere in Europe (Spain, UK) and the Middle East (Saudi Arabia).
The ranking appeared in the Financial Times paper edition on 24 April 2017 as a special report entitled "FT1000: Europe's fastest-growing companies".
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