Superior Wellness has been ranked in the top 30 of the Growth 100 list of UK’s fastest-growing privately-owned businesses in the country – where the founder or founders are still actively involved. Businesses must have sales between £3m and £200m, traded for at least three years and must have turned an operating profit in the latest financial year to make it into the top 100.
Superior Wellness leads the market as the world’s fastest growing hot tub manufacturer, creating premium, high quality products focused on improving health and well-being. They have recently launched new brands Chill Tubs and Hekla Saunas which are proving to be immensely popular.
The Founder and Managing Director Rob Carlin has been a driving force in the wellness industry since 2011. “We were so proud when we heard the news that Superior Wellness had made it onto Growth 100 list. We ranked 30th in Britain for the fastest-growing companies privately owned businesses,” says Rob. “This is such an incredible achievement for us as a company and a real accolade to the team and their hard work. “I would like to extend my thanks to all the Superior Wellness team and our partner network for making this possible.”
To top an outstanding summer for the Superior Wellness team the company’s Chill Tubs were chosen to feature live on ITV’s This Morning, a day-time show regularly attracting over half a million viewers. Hosts Holly Willoughby and Dermot O’Leary presented the item with Holly herself having experience of ice baths. Sarah Elphick, Head of Superior Wellness Marketing comments: “It was a great experience to be featured on This Morning and showcase Chill Tubs. The ITV team looked after us really well.”
In recent years, ice baths have become increasingly popular as a way to promote recovery and reduce muscle soreness after intense physical activity. The latest ice tub brand in this growing market is Chill Tubs. Made from aluminium, with a teak top and a black aluminium surround, the Chill Tub looks stylish and is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Its temperature settings go as low as three degrees and it holds 400 litres of water.