Built In Recognized as One of the Fastest-Growing Companies on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500

Built In Credits Its Growth to Adapting Quickly to the Needs of Remote Tech Workers and Employers for 2021

Built In announced its recognition on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech and energy tech companies in North America.

From 2017 to 2020, Built In grew 276%. This represents the third year Built In has earned a spot on this list.

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“Built In has led the tech recruitment space in major U.S. tech markets for a decade,” says Built In’s co-founder and CEO, Maria Christopoulous Katris. “Dramatic changes in the tech recruitment landscape, coupled with our exceptional product/market fit, only served to heighten our leadership position. In response to companies’ increasingly aggressive hiring goals across the U.S., Built In quickly scaled and innovated solutions to meet the needs of tech professionals and companies. In 2021, we expanded from serving just eight cities to becoming the national platform we are today. I’m proud to be on this list with other organizations that find innovative ways to solve new problems.”

Companies with strong technology infrastructures were those that best weathered the pandemic. Therefore, the demand for tech talent has accelerated. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, technology unemployment is at a record low of 1.5% while overall unemployment is at 5%.

“Built In spent a decade building a large, thriving tech community so we had early insights into the changing talent market dynamics,” says Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer. “It was clear that workers were prioritizing quality of life and leaving large traditional tech cities. We were able to create solutions to address this change and help our users continue to develop their skills and find companies that suited these lifestyle changes. We were able to provide these insights to companies seeking to hire in-demand tech workers so they could better appeal to them locally, nationally and remotely.”

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