AppUnite on the FT1000 list among the fastest-growing firms in Europe
Growth mindset, testing novelties, wise leadership and constant unlocking of the potential of our team are our principles that drive our growth. In just last 6 months we have had a pleasure to celebrate being noticed in 4 prestigious rankings - Clutch Leader Award as one of the Top Software Development Companies in the category of Web Development and Top B2B company in Poland; Forbes Diamonds 2020 and now our jewel in the crown FT1000 - Financial Times ranking of 1000 fastest-growing companies in Europe.
It is truly an honor for AppUnite, a software development agency from Poland to be listed among the best organizations in Europe in terms of revenue growth and team size. The industry of software development services has become extremely competitive over the last years, so apart from knowing how to stand out, you need to be able to build a relationship with your client that lasts. We achieve this through understanding their needs and generating value with every action we take and code-line we write. No matter if it’s a web, mobile, cross-platform or new product development.
FT1000 is a list that highlights 1000 fastest-growing companies among all European countries. It is a brief look at industry pioneers, rising stars and well-shaped businesses that drive change and innovations that serve customers globally. The ranking associates firms from different branches, which makes it even harder to become listed. You can find there software, saas development companies, fintechs, the energy sector and so on. Therefore, we feel noticed and it gives us direct feedback that our strategy and work of nearly 100 people pays off. Of course, this doesn’t mean we’ll stop here to rest on our laurels. There is much to do but we plan to reach new heights and take place in the FT1000 next year as well.
Congratulations to all the companies that have been listed in the ranking this year. We feel really flattered to be a part of this group.
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