Financial Times 1000 lists Ars Futura as one of the fastest-growing companies in Europe

The good news keeps on coming! 🚀

We have been on a roll lately, with some more great news coming in. This week, Financial Times named Ars Futura one of the fastest-growing companies in Europe.

What does that mean?

Every year, Financial Times picks 1000 companies with the biggest growth in revenue. This year, Ars Futura has qualified and was ranked as 882. 🎊

It is a huge deal for us to see our name alongside some of the biggest companies in Europe and even the world!

The FT ranking is based on the compound annual growth rate in revenue (CAGR) between 2017 and 2020. Big words, huh? The CAGR is calculated as:

(revenue2020 / revenue2017) — 1 = Growth rate

In that time, our absolute growth rate was 175.70%, and our team doubled in size, going from 14 to 27 people. Now, in 2022, we have doubled once again and are a team of almost 50, with a steady growth rate and no wish to rush into a new sprout.

This jump in revenue was done without outside investment and is all thanks to our growth, continuous expansion of the work we do on existing projects, and new clients who mostly find out about Ars Futura through word-of-mouth. That makes it even sweeter!

Teamwork that made the dream work

As always, we would not be here without our team. The people we work with have given us their time, dedication, trust, and willingness to keep an open mind. It’s their grind that got us this recognition and we hope they’ll help us do even more in the future.

If you’d like to be one of those people, we have a few open positions. 👀

And as for us, we hope to find our name in a few more FT lists over the coming years. Wish us luck!

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