Unruly In Top 10 On The Sunday Times’s Hiscox Tech Track 100
Social video company joins digital media technology providers in driving UK business success.
LONDON — 17 September, 2012 —Unruly, the global market leader and industry thought leader for social video marketing, has been named one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK, listed as 10th on The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 ranks Britain’s top 100 privately-held technology companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years. In previous years, Sophos, LOVEFiLM and gocompare.com have appeared on the list.
With triple digit growth, Unruly joins a host of technology providers operating in the digital media sector, with a total of three appearing in the top 10.
“The UK is renowned for its innovation, creativity and technology. The fusion of these elements is what is driving today’s digital economy,” said Unruly founder and Group CEO Scott Button.
“Our market-leading video analytics and distribution technology is used globally by the world’s top brands to engage their audiences. I’m proud to see Unruly listed among the growing hub of media technology companies driving growth in the British economy.”
Typical companies listed on the Tech Track 100 are owned and run by entrepreneurs and have sales ranging from £5million to £50million. Unruly sits within a group of well-established high growth companies on the tracker, with revenue of £17.6 million in fiscal year 2012.
Unruly employs 125 people and has nine offices worldwide, with plans to open more international offices this year. In 2012, the company secured a $25 million Series A investment – the largest ever for a private company in the social video space.