Croud is thrilled to announce that the agency has been named in the FT1000, the Financial Times’ annual report on Europe’s fastest-growing companies.
The FT1000 report recognises and celebrates companies in Europe that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenue, this year looking at growth between 2013 and 2016.
Coming in at number 544 in the 2018 edition, Croud saw impressive revenue growth of 300% from 2013-16. The FT1000 listing is the latest in a growing number of accolades for Croud, with others including the Sunday Times Tech Track 100, SME Export Track 100, and Best Small Companies to Work For listings.
Croud is one of 74 London-based businesses included in the FT1000 list this year, with UK-headquartered Deliveroo topping the tables, taking the place of another food delivery company, HelloFresh, who came in at #1 last year.
Continued focus on growth
This latest achievement is testament to Croud’s continued focus on growth, across both service areas and international markets. With growing demand for their international services, they have continued to expand both their service offering and their global network of on-demand digital experts, with their Croudies now numbering more than 1,200 across over 100 markets, and with skills sets covering everything from CRO and UX to Baidu and Naver.
At the centre of Croud’s continued growth is their proprietary technology, Croud Control.
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Last year, incorporating elements of machine learning and artificial intelligence into their technology allowed them to reduce manual tasks by 46%, freeing up their internal strategists to focus on delivering real value for their clients.
The next phase
Croud is delighted to be recognised on the FT1000 for 2018 and, as they enter the next phase of their growth, they will continue to invest to achieve their mission of being the world’s leading digital performance marketing agency.
Croud is an award-winning, global digital agency, specialising in PPC, SEO, content, paid social, programmatic, shopping and feeds, and data and insights.