Mid-sized Business of the Year
For the second year in a row, Trak Global won the Business of the Year award – this time for mid-sized businesses, after picking up the smaller company award in 2016.
Claims Partner of the Year - Motor
Carrot Insurance won the Insurance Times ‘Claims Partner of the Year – Motor’ award, for its work with Zurich Insurance.
Trak Global Group appeared in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 for the second year in a row – this time in 61st place.
The list ranks Britain’s private technology, media and telecoms companies with the fastest-growing sales.
Appy Fleet, the app-based telematics tool from Trak Global Group, was named a leading global innovator in 2017’s Disrupt 100.
The index, compiled by Tällt Ventures, celebrates the ventures with the most potential to influence, change or create new global markets.
In May 2017, Trak Global Group was named as one of the 50 fastest-growing companies in the Greater Manchester area.
The Greater Manchester Fastest 50, sponsored and organised by law firm Ward Hadaway, recognises the 50 fastest growing privately-owned businesses across the region.
Ranked 5th fastest growing tech company in the north
In March 2017, Trak Global Group was ranked 5th in the first ever Northern Tech 100 league table, which ranks the top 100 fastest growing tech companies in the North. The scheme was launched by Tech North in partnership with GP Bullhound to celebrate the growing number of tech success stories in the North of England.
In early 2017, Trak Global was inducted into Future Fifty, having been recognised as one of the UK’s most valuable late-stage tech companies. Supported by Tech City and the UK Government, it gives us access to a programme of activities designed to support our continued expansion both home and abroad.
Excellence in Motor Broking - Carrot Insurance
Customer Champion - Carrot Insurance
The Insurance Times Awards are the biggest and most prestigious in general insurance, celebrating the very best in proven customer focus.
In 2016, Trak Global Group’s Carrot Insurance brand for young drivers was awarded both Customer Champion of the Year and Excellence in Motor Broking.
Growing Business of the Year: Smaller Company
The Amazon Growing Business Awards was formed by Real Business, is sponsored by Amazon and supported by the CBI, recognising success among SMEs and entrepreneurial organisations.
In 2016, Trak Global Group won the Growing Business of the Year award.
The Marketing & Customer Engagement Award
Now in their 23rd year, the UK Broker Awards are the leading platform for national recognition within the insurance broker market.
In 2016, Carrot Insurance, one of Trak Global Group’s most recognised brands, won the Best Marketing and Customer Engagement award.
Ranked 49th fastest-growing tech company
The Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 league table ranks Britain’s 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years.
In 2016, Trak Global Group was ranked 49th
For nearly thirty years, HRH Prince Michael of Kent has played a leading role in supporting improved road safety both in the United Kingdom and around the world.
The Prince established his awards scheme in 1987 in the UK and it has now become fully international, recognising achievement and innovation in road safety.
Best Newcomer - Carrot Insurance
Launched in 2015, The Doctors Chambers Modern Claims Awards see industry professionals come together in celebration of those individuals and businesses who are embracing opportunities in an ever-changing insurance claims landscape.
In 2016, Carrot Insurance won the Best Newcomer award.
Best Customer Experience Award (Consumer) - Carrot Insurance
Within 12 months of us launching Carrot in September 2012, we were surprised (but delighted) to collect the award for Best Customer Experience, in recognition of the way we’d already revolutionised the levels of engagement between young drivers and their insurance provider. Described by the hosts as the most hotly-contested and prestigious award of the evening, we beat several household names – not bad for a start-up…