The Financial Times ranks Bannerflow among Europe’s fastest growing companies
23 April 2018 – Swedish Creative Management Platform (CMP) Bannerflow is proud to announce that, for the second consecutive year, it has been ranked on the FT1000 list of Europe’s top 1000 companies with the fastest and strongest growth. It is also within the top ten of Swedish companies on the list.
Bannerflow’s presence on the list is the latest example of its increasingly growing global recognition for its continuous fast organic growth following an announcement at the end of February of its inclusion on Inc. Magazine’s 2018 list of Europe’s top 5000 fastest growing private companies and its membership in Deloitte Tech 50 as one of the fastest growing tech companies in Europe.
The FT1000 list partners with German data provider Statista to identify the European companies with the strongest growth between 2013 and 2016. In order to be on the list, a company must meet the following criteria:
- Recorded revenue of at least €100,000 in 2013
- Recorded revenue of at least €1.5m in 2016
- Independent (no subsidiary or branch office of any kind)
- Headquartered in a European country
“Being ranked amongst Europe’s fastest growing companies for the second year running by such a highly respected institution as the Financial Times, presents a great honour to the whole team at Bannerflow. We continue our strive to deliver a one-stop-shop that allows anyone to intuitively create, manage and distribute large volumes of interactive ads, in different languages and sizes, to global audiences,” stated CEO of Bannerflow, Nicholas Högberg.
“Our inclusion on the list indicates that we are certainly on the right-track of achieving our 40% yearly growth rate goal. Being one of the ten fastest growing,” added Högberg.
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NOTES TO EDITORS
Founded in 2010, Bannerflow is a Creative Management Platform that allows anyone to intuitively create, manage, scale, and distribute large volumes of interactive ads, in different languages, and sizes, to audiences globally.
Companies like Coca-Cola, Bwin, Burger King and Klarna use Bannerflow to create and manage their 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 two years in a row, and is a member of Deloitte Tech 50 as one of the fastest growing tech companies in Europe and was named a ‘DI Gasell’ by Dagens Industri, recognising its status as one of Sweden’s most promising tech companies.