Bannerflow crowned a MästarGasell by Dagens Industri
25th March 2019 –Bannerflow has been named a MästarGasell by Swedish publication Dagens Industri.
MästarGasell’s are companies which have won the Dagens Industri’s Gasell award at least three or more times during the last 20 years. A list which Bannerflow is now a proud member of.
Of the 10,000 companies that have been named Di Gazelle’s since 1999, only 1,400 Swedish companies are MästarGasells.
“Being ranked, once again, as one of Sweden’s fastest growing companies by Dagens Industri is something we’re incredibly proud of at Bannerflow.
Our priority has been – and will always be – our customers. Without their success, it would not have been possible for us to have grown as fast. We look forward to where the next 12 months will take us!”
Eva-Lotta Laurin, CMO, Bannerflow
In order to be named a Di Gasell companies must meet the following criteria:
- A turnover exceeding 10 million SEK, according to latest annual report
- At least 10 employees
- To have at least doubled its turnover, when comparing the first and the last fiscal year over a four year period
- Increased sales every year for the past three years
- A positive operating profit for the last four fiscal years
- To have grown organically and not via acquisitions or mergers
- Sound finances
Eva-Lotta Laurin: +46727176535, email@example.com
Founded in 2010, Bannerflow is a Creative Management Platform (CMP) that allows marketing teams to intuitively create, manage, and publish large volumes of dynamic digital ads, across languages, formats, and markets.
Companies like Coca-Cola, Unibet, Melia Hotels and Klarna use Bannerflow to create and manage their digital advertising campaigns across the world. In total, over 1,000 brands use the platform in 60 countries, creating over 3 million banner ads. 3,000 people view a Bannerflow ad online each second all over the world.
Bannerflow has been featured on the Financial Times FT1000 list three years in a row (2017, 2018, 2019) and in 2019 was crowned a ‘MästarGasell’ by Dagens Industri, cementing its status as one of Sweden’s most promising tech companies.