We are delighted to announce that Croud has been listed in The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100, a list of the fastest-growing private tech companies in the UK.
The Tech Track 100 league table is compiled annually, recognising and celebrating the UK tech companies with the fastest-growing annual sales over the last three years. Previous companies featured on this prestigious roll-call range from household names like Skyscanner and Lovefilm to fast-growing biotech developers and cloud services providers.
Coming in at number 72 on the 17th edition of the list, Croud is one of the very few companies on the list that have achieved this success without any venture funding, seeing an impressive annual sales rise of 58.75% over the last three years.
This achievement is testament to Croud’s continued focus on growth, across both service areas and international markets. With growing demand for our international services, we have continued to expand both our service offering and our global network of on-demand digital experts, with our Croudies now numbering more than 1,200 across 100+ markets. Not only that, but Croud’s latest Net Promoter Scores from clients ranked us alongside Apple and Amazon, placing us in the 100th percentile for our industry – we have the happiest clients in the internet services category!
At the centre of our continued growth is our proprietary technology, Croud Control. As well as allowing us to reduce manual processes and drive efficiency, Croud Control has evolved significantly over the last 12 months in particular, incorporating elements of machine learning and artificial intelligence to make smarter, more data-driven decisions for our clients.
As the UK tech sector continues to thrive, we’re delighted to be part of the movement and to be recognised in the Tech Track 100. As we enter the next phase of our growth, we will continue to invest to achieve our mission of being the world’s leading digital performance marketing agency.
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