The Profit Track 100 ranks Britain’s private companies with the fastest-growing profits over the last three years.
Scottish craft brewers Brewdog came tenth after annual profits rose 120 per cent in the year ending December 2014, with latest sales hitting £45m.
Starwood-owned Principal Hotels ranked 15th after profits rose 105 per cent in the year ending November 2014, with sales of £308m.
The Harrogate-based group runs 48 sites across the UK, and is investing £50m in transforming Martins Bank in Liverpool in to the city's first five-star hotel.
Bill’s Restaurants saw continued success in 23rd place, with profits rising 91.5 per cent and sales hitting £89.9m.
Krispy Kreme doughnuts and supplier JJ Food Service ranked 55th and 70th respectively, with profits up 73.5 per cent and 66.3 per cent.
Finally the 47-strong sushi chain Wasabi ranked 80th, with profits up 61 per cent and latest sales hitting £70m.
To appear on the list businesses must report total profits of between £3m and £40m, total sales between £20m and £350m, and average three year profit growth of between 50 per cent and 180 per cent per annum.