ADYOULIKE ranked 88th in Financial Times' 1,000 companies listing as one of Europe's fastest-growing companies, and overall ranked 7th in its advertising category
The FT1000 lists the 1,000 companies in Europe that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenues between 2012 and 2015
This is the third time ADYOULIKE has been recognised as one of Europe's fastest-growing companies having also been ranked in the recently announced Inc. 5,000 and Deloitte Technology Fast Track 500 listings
ADYOULIKE, the leading in-feed native ad platform, has been ranked 88th on The Financial Times' FT1000 list, Europe's Fastest Growing Companies 2017, which was released earlier this month. It was also amongst the top 10 in the 'advertising category' which further demonstrates the company's fast growth in the native advertising sector and across Europe.
Conducted by The Financial Times in conjunction with Statista, the aim of the FT1000 list is to recognise outstanding fast-growing companies that are demonstrating innovation and contributing to driving Europe's economy forward.
From more than 50,000 assessed companies, 1,000 were selected who showed the strongest growth between 2012 and 2015. The list features companies from 24 European countries, with the UK and Germany accounting for 47% of businesses featured.
Julien Verdier, CEO of ADYOULIKE, said: "We are delighted to have made the FT1000 rankings and to be amongst Europe's fast-growing companies. We have also been ranked 378 on the recently announced Inc. 5000 listing and 48 on the Deloitte Technology Fast Track 500, and now being recognised by FT1000, this further demonstrates our continued commitment to the industry and how the company has shown strong growth across the region."
ADYOULIKE is a global leading in-feed native ad platform. Launched in 2011, it is recognised for being a pioneer in native technology and creating advertising experiences for users that mirror the websites they are visiting. Using its own native supply-side platform (SSP) and native technology platform, the company enables brands to scale native advertising campaigns across premium and niche publishers, while publishers benefit from access to ADYOULIKE's marketplace.
In November 2016, ADYOULIKE launched the world's first semantic targeting capability for native advertising by integrating IBM's ground-breaking Watson artificial intelligence software with the ADYOULIKE platform. It is now, for the very first time, being used to create better semantic targeting for native advertising.