e-Novia in the 2021 “Growth Leading Companies” ranking, edited by Il Sole 24 Ore and Statista

e-Novia in the 2021 “Growth Leading Companies” ranking, edited by Il Sole 24 Ore and Statista

e-Novia in the 2021 “Growth Leading Companies” ranking, edited by Il Sole 24 Ore and Statista

e-Novia in the 2021 “Growth Leading Companies” ranking, edited by Il Sole 24 Ore and Statista

e-Novia in the 2021 “Growth Leading Companies” ranking, edited by Il Sole 24 Ore and Statista

For the third consecutive year e-Novia is in the 2021 ranking of Growth Leading Companies, created by Il Sole 24 Ore in collaboration with Statista. The list includes the four hundred and fifty Italian small and medium-sized enterprises (for a total of over seven thousand candidates) that between 2016 and 2019 achieved the greatest increase in terms of revenue. The ranking includes both private and listed companies, capable of competing at a European and international level.

Only sixty-four, of the more than four hundred companies featured in this year’s ranking, are included for the third consecutive year. Among these, in twelfth place there’s e-Novia, which thus testifies to the rare ability to grow at significant levels not only year on year, but for several consecutive years.

Within the Italian ranking, e-Novia occupies the 183rd position, while among the companies based in Milan it ranks 24th (out of a total of sixty-two companies). Among companies operating in the technology sector, e-Novia occupies the 18th position (out of a total of forty-six companies).

To be eligible for candidacy, companies had to meet requirements such as:

  • a turnover of at least one hundred thousand euros in 2016
  • a turnover of at least one and a half million euros in 2019
  • a mainly organic growth in turnover

The calculation of the company growth rate is based on the revenue data provided by the applicant company. All the data made available by the companies are then processed and checked by Statista. The 2021 Growth Leader ranking was therefore created following a complex research and analysis process and is based on the average annual growth rate CAGR.

The picture that emerges from this year’s ranking is of a digital and sustainable economy, made up of a universe of start-ups and digital scale-ups in the strict sense (offering systems, software and connections) and companies that transform their business, and that of others, making it sustainable. Finally, there is no shortage of e-commerce and supply chain companies that revolves around online sales: from logistics, to transport, up to deliveries.

The trends concerning the business sectors remain fairly stable compared to last year: Construction and Plant Engineering, Industrial Products and Technology are the leading growth sectors.