Financial Times’ FT1000 list named Project Agora, a media owner SaaS technology company, as one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies. This marks the second consecutive year that Project Agora has made it to the list, which in this edition ranks the top 1000 European companies achieving the highest annual growth rate in revenue between 2018 and 2021.
Project Agora’s inclusion highlights the company’s commitment to support media owners in creating high value content and services. With an absolute growth of 226.1 per cent – Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 48.3 per cent – and a team that has more than doubled in four years, Project Agora has continued to demonstrate its ability to drive growth in a highly technological and competitive market.
“We are especially proud of this FT1000 recognition, for the second year running, because it is a testament of our unwavering commitment to grow alongside our media owner partners.
From advanced real-time analytics and audience insights to state-of-the-art ad-tech solutions, Project Agora delivers a comprehensive suite of resources designed to help media owners stay ahead of the curve. All made possible through the hard work and dedication of our amazing team,” said Nikos Komninos, Managing Director of Project Agora.
Project Agora launched in 2016 with a vision to “Build for the Open Web”. The company empowers media owners with the Data, Technologies and Resources they need to create high value content and services.
Based out of Athens, Greece, a university powered Tech hub in Patras, Greece and offices in Bucharest, Budapest, Prague, Dubai, Bogota and Sao Paulo, the company operates in more than 35 markets, employs 147 professionals, and collaborates with more than 2,800 digital media owners in the rapidly growing global markets.