We’re delighted to have been named by the Financial Times as one of the 1000 fastest growing companies in Europe. The annual FT1000 publication lists the top 1000 companies based on their growth over the last three years and the full list can be viewed here.
Commenting on the news, Savvy Investor CEO, Andrew Perrins said:
"We’re thrilled to receive this recognition from the Financial Times. It really is a testament to the dedication that our staff have shown since we launched Savvy Investor in 2015. Our mission has always been to serve institutional investors by aggregating the industry’s thought leadership in a single location and simplifying the process of finding the best articles and white papers on any given topic. Our 52,000 members are highly engaged with the site and seem genuinely appreciative of the Savvy Investor platform, to such an extent that ‘word of mouth’ has become our primary source of new member growth.
We’d also like to thank our partners, who provide a significant portion of the site content, and with whom it has been a great pleasure to work over the last few years.
Since 2015 we’ve grown from just three staff to a team of 25, and in everything we do we strive for excellence. Last year we started writing our own Special Reports for members, and this year we plan to add Sponsored Webinars into the product mix. But at the core, our focus remains to be the one central hub that institutional investors regularly visit to discover the best freely available content produced by the global investment industry.
At the very heart of our product delivery is a fantastic team of content experts, with both fund management experience and content marketing expertise. And since 2015 we’ve recruited some excellent people into our Operations, Sales, Marketing, Product and Development teams, who have helped us to build a highly professional and innovative offering.
It’s hugely satisfying to see our progress recognised at the highest level, and I’d like to thank every one of our staff for their efforts over the last few years."