The «Financial Times» selects (again) e-Novia

The «Financial Times» selects (again) e-Novia

The «Financial Times» selects (again) e-Novia

The «Financial Times» selects (again) e-Novia

The «Financial Times» selects (again) e-Novia

For the second year running e-Novia has made it into the FT 1000, the ranking compiled by the Financial Times in association with Statista, which shows the thousand fastest-growing European companies. The increase in turnover between 2014 and 2017 was 506% (a rise of 5.3 million euros). The 2018 ranking showed an increase in turnover of 456%. The number of employees, another factor taken into consideration by the world-famous British newspaper when calculating their prestigious ranking, also grew by 63 between 2014 and 2017. Taking into account Italian hi-tech companies and excluding e-commerce companies, e-Novia has become one of the top three fastest-growing high-tech companies in our country.

«Anyone involved in business knows how difficult it is to continue moving forward and improving through the years in a trend of strong growth: this is an important result for us which fills us with pride and encourages us even more to move forward with conviction on the route we have plotted in recent years” commented Vincenzo Russi, CEO and co-founder of e-Novia,who added: «After being placed last November by the Sole 24 Ore at 74th position in Italy in the Growth Leader ranking, to improve our position again in the Financial Times ranking, breaking into the top 300 in Europe, bears witness to the great development achieved by our ‘Enterprises Factory’ from its creation until today, and the capacity for continuous improvement that Italian high-tech sector can produce, placing it alongside the best organisations in the entrepreneurial world.»

The FT 1000 continues to be dominated by the tech sector, which accounts for 149 companies, among which e-Novia, without considering the fintech and e-commerce categories. Once again, Germany has the most companies in the ranking (230) while London remains the most important city, with 63 companies.