The 5 fastest growing startups in 7 European countries

thetech5-logoA few weeks ago The Next Web and global payments technology provider Adyen partnered to launch a new kind of competition in search of Europe’s fastest growing startups: the European Tech5. After receiving the submissions and screening over a hundred companies across seven European countries, the lists of the fastest growing tech startups are completed. The Tech5 lists are based on actual revenue, traffic and employee data and shows the growth rate between 2011 and 2013.

Patrick de Laive, co-founder of The Next Web explains: “It’s amazing to see how many fast growing companies there are in Europe. Besides the ones that made it to the lists we’ve seen a ton of other companies that make significant revenues and continue to grow. We should be proud of these highly successful companies here in Europe.”

The winners of each country are invited to present their company and represent their country at TNW Europe Conference (24-25 April) in front of Europe’s leading crowd in tech and marketing. And here they are – the Tech5 lists:

The UK Tech5
1. Hailo (+4003%)
2. Made.com (+2567%)
3. Swiftkey (+1258%)
4. Affectv (+899%)
5. HouseTrip (+597)

The German Tech5
1. Runashop (+8357%)
2. Shopgate (+1122%)
3. Delivery Hero (+567%)
4. FoodPanda (+500%)
5. GetYourGuide (+414%)

The French Tech5
1. Leetchi (+340%)
2. Uplike (+323%)
3. Meetlima (+260%)
4. Creads (+200%)
5. KelBillet (+186%) (winner public vote)

The Swedish Tech5
1. MAG interactive (+5740%)
2. iZettle (+4140%)
3. Fyndiq (+1324%)
4. Lifesum (+695%)
5. Campanja (+524%)

The Dutch Tech5
1. Eyefreight (+700%)
2. Cleeng (+513%)
3. Greenclouds (+500%)
4. imgZine (+380%)
5. Squla (+257%)

The Belgian Tech5
1. Showpad (+700%)
2. Engagor (+540%)
3. WooRank (+488%
4. Argus Labs (+114%)
5. Posios (one to watch)

The Spanish Tech5
1. Akamon (+860%)
2. Cabify (+396%)
3. GetApp (+347%)
4. ReviewPro (+142%)
5. Kantox (one to watch)


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