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Financial Times names Adsmurai the fastest growing advertising company in Spain (and 3rd in Europe).

Adsmurai is the 1st and 3rd fastest growing advertising company in Spain and Europe respectively.

The Financial Times publishes its #FT1000 ranking of the 1,000 fastest growing European companies and places Adsmurai in an outstanding 36th position.


The 3rd edition of Europe's Fastest Growing Companies FT1000, produced by the Financial Times and Statista, lists the 1,000 European companies with the highest annual growth rate 2014-2017. Adsmurai enters this list in a big way.


Adsmurai in the FT 1000 ranking:

  • Top 1 Spanish companies in the advertising sector

  • Top 3 European companies advertising sector

  • Top 3 Spanish companies in the whole ranking

  • Top 36 companies in the entire ranking (1,000)


Joining the list is a great milestone. It is an open competition with demanding requirements. These include: Revenues of at least €100,000 generated in 2014 (Adsmurai's first year of life) and at least €1.5 million in 2017. The cut-off point is the annual growth rate, set at 37.7% in 2017. In any case, Adsmurai is 184.4% ahead which places it 36th in Europe.


Financial Times:

Europe's growing businesses have great challenges ahead of them, from the possible interruption of Brexit to the end of the era of easy money. But this annual FT 1000 ranking - now in its third year - suggests that there are still many routes to increase revenue at a fast pace.

The FT 1000 continues to be dominated by the technology sector, which represents 149 of the companies, not counting the Fintech and e-commerce categories. Once again, Germany has most of the company's headquarters at 230, while London remains the most important city, with 63 businesses based there, less than last year's 74.


Thank you:

We want to share the excitement, pride and energy that this international recognition represents with our customers, partners, colleagues, team, friends and family.

Thank you all for your support!


More info on Financial Times