e-Novia in the Financial Times’ ranking of fastest growing companies

e-Novia in the Financial Times’ ranking of fastest growing companies

e-Novia in the Financial Times’ ranking of fastest growing companies

e-Novia in the Financial Times’ ranking of fastest growing companies

e-Novia in the Financial Times’ ranking of fastest growing companies

A new, important result for The Enterprises Factory: this year, e-Novia is once again included in the ranking of 1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies 2021, the list of companies with the highest growth rate produced by the Financial Times in collaboration with Statista.

 

The list includes companies that not only recorded the highest growth rate in terms of turnover last year, but also demonstrated a scalable business model suitable for internationalization. Not only that, but the ability to respond innovatively to traditional and emerging community needs, resilience and agile models of internal organization are among the criteria for being included in the ranking.

 

For the first year ever, Italy is the first country in Europe for the number of companies with the highest growth rate: it features in the ranking with 269 companies. In second place, Germany with 203 companies, followed by France with 164. London is the city with the greatest number of fast-growing companies (71), followed by Paris (46) and Milan (36).

 

Narrowing the focus on the Enterprises Factory, it ranked 667th. Of the thousand companies featured in this year’s rankings, only twenty-one are included for the fourth consecutive year. Among these, in eighth place in Europe (and second in Italy) is e-Novia, which once again demonstrates the rare ability to grow at significant levels not only year over year, but for several consecutive years.

 

Compared with an average of thirty-three employees per company and a turnover of 6.3 million euro in 2019, e-Novia continues to demonstrate its path of excellence: 117 employees and a production value of 10.6 million euro.

 

In terms of industrial sectors, the Energy sector ranks first, but the ranking significantly reflects the growth achieved by technology companies, which dominate with 218 entries (up from 189 last year).