The FT names the dotdigital Group as a driving force behind the European economy

The dotdigital Group makes the 2017 FT 1000: Europe’s Fastest-Growing Companies list.

We’re delighted to have made an appearance in the Financial Times’ inaugural report of Europe’s 1,000 fastest-growing companies.

More than 50,000 organizations were evaluated, in conjunction with Statista, with those featured in the top 1,000 achieving the highest growth in revenue between 2012 and 2015. The dotdigital Group came in at 917, among the likes of UKFAST, Skyscanner and Just Eat.

As the FT puts it, innovative and fast-growing companies play a significant role in the European economy in the 21st century, generating jobs and sustaining competitiveness. This statement rings true as we expand our business and customer base in areas such as the Nordics, Benelux and beyond.

Over the last 12 months we’ve also had a presence at a number of events in countries including Holland and Hungary, with more planned over the coming months.

dotdigital, part of the dotdigital group, now employs 211 people in Europe, with 197 in the UK and 14 based in Belarus.

You can find out more about the dotdigital Group’s performance here, and the full list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies is available on the FT’s website.

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