Unruly named among Tech Track 100September 2014 | More Investment News
Unruly has been named among the fastest-growing companies in the UK. The marketing technology company was ranked 14th on The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 – an annual league table of 100 private tech (TMT) companies in Britain with the fastest-growing sales over the latest three years.
Unruly will now meet fellow TechTrack 100 representatives at the awards dinner, which will be held at Vinopolis on Tuesday, 18 November.
Unruly CEO and co-founder Scott Button said: “I’m really proud to see Unruly appear among the growing hub of tech firms driving substantial growth in the UK. Unruly sits at the intersection of the fastest growing trends of online advertising - programmatic, mobile and video. We have continued to grow because we’re all committed to delivering the most awesome social video campaigns on the planet for our customers.
“We’re an agile company, committed to rapid cycles of customer feedback and innovation, so our customers also know that when they run a social video campaign with Unruly, they’ll have access to latest technology and latest insight to ensure their video marketing strategy delivers a strong and quantifiable return on investment.”
Founded in 2006, Unruly employs 160 people across 13 offices in 10 countries, with regional HQs in London, New York and Singapore.
As well as numerous accolades recognizing our technical innovation and product excellence (Digiday, Sunday Times, Braves), the company has won ‘Best Companies to Work For’ (Sunday Times), ‘Best Digital Ad Ops Team’ (AOP) and has been named as the UK’s #2 Fastest Growing Tech Company (Deloitte).
In December 2011 BGF joined with Amadeus Capital Partners and Van den Ende & Deitmers to make a £15 million investment in Unruly. The funding, which was the largest for a private company in the social video sector, was the company’s first institutional round and is being used to strengthen its European market leadership position, expand its already successful US business and establish a footprint in Asia.