The FT 1000 Recognized Innovative Companies, including BookingBug, with Strong Revenue Growth
After scooping a significant capital this month, BookingBug, a leading appointment and scheduling platform, has announced another milestone in its journey. BookingBug has been recognized by the Financial Times and Statista as one of Europe’s fastest growing companies.
With innovative and fast-growing companies as the driving force for Europe’s economy in the 21st century, the list aims to explore these exceptional performances and make them publicly visible.
This is the second year of the Financial Times’ ranking of the fastest-growing companies in Europe, which lists the companies in 31 European countries that have achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2013 and 2016.
At the time of this announcement, Glenn Shoosmith, CEO, BookingBug, said, “BookingBug has experienced rapid business growth over the last couple of years and we’re thrilled to be recognized by the Financial Times for this achievement.”
Glenn added, “We are proud to be trusted by hundreds of businesses around the world to manage the customer engagement journey. With a recent round of financing secured this month, we’re excited to build upon this momentum.”
BookingBug has reported 100 percent year-on-year growth and a 30 percent increase in its enterprise customer base around the world. The company works with the world’s largest banks, retailers and governments to enable a personalized and omnichannel customer experience. Brands, agencies, and resellers use the BookingBug platform to create a secure, data-driven and integrated system for the entire customer lifecycle.
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