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Clone Media feature in FT 1000

We’re delighted to announce we’ve placed 714th in the FT 1000: Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies 2020!

Compiled by the Financial Times & Statista, the ranking aims to highlight the 1,000 companies across 33 European countries with the fastest compound revenue growth over a 3 year period. This year’s list features prominent British brands such as Fever-Tree, Just Eat and Missoma.

Maxine Kelly, Commissioning Editor of Special Reports at the FT says:

Companies across the continent face an array of hurdles to growth this year, ranging from a lacklustre economic outlook in several countries to the uncertainties caused by Brexit trade negotiations and risks stemming from the global spread of coronavirus. Yet the ever-greater pace of growth on this annual FT 1000 ranking — now in its fourth year — suggests that the most nimble and innovative companies are thriving. The FT 1000, compiled with Statista, a research company, lists the European companies that achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2015 and 2018. Competition is even tougher at the top this year, with companies requiring a minimum growth rate of 38.4 per cent to make the list, compared with 37.7 per cent last year.

Joel Dalton, Clone Media Director commented:

We’re thrilled to be included in the FT 1000, a month after our tenth birthday! Getting external recognition from such a prestigious publication is testament to our team, who’ve made the growth we’ve experienced over the past few years possible. We’ve made it a key focus to work with businesses not just within, but also critically outside of the UK. Therefore, appearing in a Pan-European list seems perfectly apt. We’re excited to continue pushing forward and seeing what we can achieve over the coming years.

FT 1000 2020

Position: 714th

Compound Annual Growth Rate (2015-2018): 49.7%

Inclusion criteria:

  • Revenue of at least €100,000 generated in 2015
  • Revenue of at least €1.5 million generated in 2018
  • The company is independent (the company is not a subsidiary or branch office of any kind)
  • The company is headquartered in one of 33 European countries
  • The revenue growth between 2015 and 2018 was primarily organic (i.e. “internally” stimulated)
  • If a company is listed on a stock exchange, its share price has not fallen 50% or more since 2018

The full list can be viewed here

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