On April 6th, The Financial Times revealed CIENCE as #31 on its inaugural listing of the fastest-growing privately-held companies in America. This list provides a view of the companies experiencing fast growth and success despite the unpredictable conditions of today’s economy.
Top 500 companies in the Americas have achieved the highest growth in revenues between 2015 and 2018 and were included in this list.
About Financial Times
The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading news organizations. It is known and valued because of its honesty, accuracy, and authority. The Financial Times provides important news updates, valuable pieces of information, and services to the business community.
Its prestigious Fastest 500 list was compiled with the help of the research company Statista and analyzes growth data of 500 companies all over the Americas. The opportunity that comes with inclusion in this list gives companies an opportunity to communicate among their peers and grants credibility that helps to drive sales. The importance of this list cannot be underestimated since the ability to grow and generate new business is vital for businesses nowadays.
About The Financial Times Americas’ Fastest 500 List
The Financial Times list ranks companies all over the Americas based on their compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2015 till 2018. Private companies that made it into this list have shown an incredible median growth rate of 250 percent. According to the Financial Times, this list not only shows what heights hard work and brilliant minds can achieve but also how it will enable these companies to thrive once the pandemic will be in the past.
About CIENCE On The FTs Americas’ Fastest List
This list includes companies with remarkable growth rates across all industries all over the Americas. CIENCE is a member of the two most represented sectors in this list Technology (25%) and Support Services (9%). To be represented in these two categories and to rank as high as #31 is an incredible honor for CIENCE.
Being recognized by FT shows how dedicated our teams are to our clients. We want to do our best in growing businesses, as it is always important, especially given the current global uncertainties. Our success is defined by our clients’ success and as such – we wear this recognition with pride.
The timing is interesting here, but the biggest takeaway is that our ability to help clients grow gives us the opportunity to receive this prestigious recognition by the FT. Our own rapid growth is proof that our Orchestrated Outbound model works. It’s our job to connect buyers and sellers regardless of headwinds. That’s what we will keep on doing!Eric Quanstrom, CMO at CIENCE