RebelDot proudly made it onto the Financial Times Top 1000 Fastest Growing Companies in Europe in 2022. Being situated on the 210th place represents a significant achievement reaffirming our position as an emerging technology brand in the European market.
We’re particularly proud to be one of the four Romanian companies to make it to the prestigious list. It’s proof that our hard work, resilience, and dedication have paid off, and that we’re positively impacting the European economy.
Even though this is our first entry on the list, we have been consistently innovating and working hard. Our low attrition rate over the past 4 years illustrates the strong feeling of community and commitment to our mission among our colleagues. We are honored to have been recognized not only for the impact of our technology products to date, but also for the collaborative business culture we have fostered, in which every one of us contributes with skill, trust, empathy, kindness, and passion.
Finally, we are pleased to acknowledge the achievements of other companies who made it onto the Financial Times Top 1000 Fastest Growing companies list. While the UK dominated the list, we are excited to see that several Romanian companies also made the cut, including Wave Studio, Mevas Auto and Tremend.
About the FT1000 ranking
FT 1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies is an annual ranking published by the Financial Times newspaper, which lists the fastest-growing companies in Europe. The ranking is based on companies’ revenue growth over a three-year period.
The FT 1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies is now in its seventh year, and the ranking is compiled in collaboration with data provider Statista. The list includes companies that have experienced significant growth and expansion, many benefiting from shifts in corporate and consumer demands caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
To be included in the ranking, companies had to achieve the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2018 and 2021, with a minimum average growth rate of 36.2%, slightly less than the previous year’s requirement of 36.5%.
The FT 1000 is divided into 37 sectors, including technology, e-commerce, energy, and healthcare. The ranking provides insights into Europe’s fastest-growing and most dynamic companies, and is widely regarded as a benchmark for entrepreneurial excellence.
A special report will accompany the ranking, which will be published on March 21. The report will examine how sustainable the pace of growth is for some companies and assess the new pressures that are likely to reshape the corporate landscape in the coming years.