RTB House – a global company that provides state-of-the-art marketing technologies for top brands worldwide – has been ranked 24th in the tech sector in the Financial Times 1000: Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies 2019. RTB House made it on to the list for the second time in a row.
The Financial Times, in cooperation with Statista, once again reviewed and analyzed Europe’s most innovative and fast-growing companies – publishing the list of the 1000 companies who have achieved the highest growth in revenues between 2014 and 2017.
RTB House reached revenue growth of 721%, which amounted to 43,6M EUR in 2017. Over 4 years, the number of employees tripled from 92 to 271.
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“It is a great honor to be listed once again amongst the fastest growing companies in Europe. It is very important for us as a tech company, which strives to develop and set up the bar for the whole of global e-commerce. We will continue this course of continuously innovating and upgrading our products for our clients worldwide.” – says Daniel Surmacz, COO of RTB House. “We’re now looking to the future, to expand our knowledge, technology, and resources to new areas in order to develop another best-in-class solution. For example, last year we opened the AI Marketing Lab and this year, the Creatives Lab.”
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Since it was founded, RTB House has helped change the industry. The deep learning algorithm is seen as a real game changer. After successfully deploying deep learning algorithms throughout all of its campaigns, RTB House once again challenged itself and the advertising industry through its creation of the AI Marketing Lab – a division focused on research and development in the broad marketing area. This is separate from the main R&D department, which is dedicated to personalized retargeting. RTB House recently opened a Creatives Lab. The unit will develop solutions to offer clients a wider range of better performing dynamic banners for both display and video, which will also be better suited to clients’ branding needs.
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