UK Company Lists
With access to data on approximate 5 million active UK companies we can help you build company data for targeting, suppliers, competitors or other purposes. We can supply you with company counts and we can select UK companies based on turnover, location, industry (SIC code), number of employees and many other metrics.
We can help you identify companies that fit your specific business requirement. We provide you with targeted lists of high-quality company prospects with over 35 different criteria, including industry, location, and company size filters.
Company Lists by Turnover
You may be seeking companies within a specific turnover range. We can define exact ranges of turnover e.g. £1.5m to £12m. Or companies above £35m in turnover. We can filter on any range of turnover and turnover growth – as well as by assets and liabilities.
Company Lists by UK Location
We can deliver company data filtered to specific UK towns, cities, regions or postcodes. You may even wish to have multiple towns, cities or pull company data from specific postcode ranges.
Company Lists by Other Metrics
We can deliver UK company data filtered by many other metrics, including incorporation date, status, type, employees, category of accounts and other metrics.
Company List Deliverables
Company (Name & Address), Status, Name, Turnover, Telephone, Address, Post Town, County, Net Assets, Registration Number, Incorporation Date, Email Address (where available), Website (where available), No. Of Employees, Current Assets, Fixed Assets, Total Assets, Current Liabilities, Total Liabilities (and other data).
Company List Pricing
The pricing of the data depends on how many individual company records are purchased. Costs range from 15p per record (for large lists) to 30p per record (for smaller lists). Therefore price depends on count.
Why Buy Our UK Company Lists?
Our UK company lists are far more than a mere collection of names and numbers. Customers are able to define filters on metrics such as turnover, location, and industry type. This allows you to filter out the noise and focus only on the most relevant prospects.
Perhaps the most appealing feature of our UK company lists is the level of customization it offers. You can filter your search by turnover, location, and industry and other metrics. This means you only pay for data that’s relevant to you.
Imagine having a list of potential clients sorted by location or industry, making your outreach campaigns significantly more focused and effective.
If you’re a small business looking to grow, our uk company lists can help you identify potential partners, clients, or even competitors in your industry.
In today’s highly competitive market, having a reliable and comprehensive list of potential clients, partners, or even competitors can give you the edge you need. Our UK company lists offer you precisely this advantage. With robust customization options and verified, high-quality data, your next big business opportunity is just a click away.
How Would UK Company Lists Benefit Me?
Companies may want to purchase lists of UK companies for a variety of reasons, each with its own set of benefits. Here are some common motivators:
Lead Generation: Quickly identify potential customers to focus sales efforts.
Customer Segmentation: Categorize companies by sector, size, location, etc., for more targeted campaigns.
Direct Outreach: Provides direct contact information, enabling immediate communication with decision-makers.
Increased Efficiency: Saves time and resources in collecting and vetting leads manually.
Competitor Benchmarking: Easily identify competitors and assess market share.
Trend Analysis: Assess market trends by tracking company metrics over time.
Investment Opportunities: Evaluate potential for investment or partnerships.
Strategic Partnerships: Discover potential partners for collaborations or joint ventures.
Supplier Identification: Quickly find potential suppliers or vendors.
Networking: Aids in expanding professional network.
Data-Driven Insights: Allows for quantitative analysis to inform business strategies.
Product Development: Understanding the competitive landscape can guide product or service development.
Due Diligence: Facilitates background checks for potential partnerships, acquisitions, or investments.
Regulatory Compliance: Helps in understanding the legislative environment of specific sectors.
Market Entry: Evaluate the feasibility and logistics of entering a new regional market.
Localization: Understand local market conditions and preferences to tailor product offerings.
Information Quality: Company lists often offer verified and regularly updated information.
Internal Database Growth: Adds value to an existing internal database.
Time-Saving: Cuts down time spent on research and data collection.
Cost-Effective: While there is an upfront cost, the value gained often outweighs the initial investment.