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Can You Spot The Latest Addition To The Unruly Trophy Cabinet?

Unruly was awarded a special commendation at today’s Santander Breakthrough 50 award ceremony to celebrate the 50 fastest growing companies in the UK.

Sarah Wood, co-founder and COO, and Scott Button, co-founder and CEO, joined 50 of the UK’s rising businesses to celebrate.

They lifted the award on behalf of all the Unrulies who make Unruly what is is today by embracing change, sharing the love and delivering wow every single day!

Unruly was in great company, with the #1 slot being scooped up by Tracsis. Other companies in the top 50 included BrewDog, Scotland’s largest independent breweryand all round awesome brand, Funding Circle, the leading online marketplace for business loans and one of the key companies driving the sharing economy trend, and Seven Hills, the groundbreaking “campaigning” agency.

The winners were decided after the top 5 companies, including Unruly, participated in a Dragons Den-style pitch last week. The judging panel included the CEO of Santander UK, Dr Hermann Hauser from Amadeus, as well as founders from Ella’s Kitchen, Smarta and Enterprising Women among others.

Unruly CEO, Scott Button, said: “It’s been brilliant talking to some of the country’s leading companies today and it’s an honour to be namechecked among them. The innovation that’s coming out of the UK is often overlooked. Today it was evident that there’s huge ambition and real success stories being built here.”  

He added: “Unruly won this award due to its proprietary technology, unique data set, its amazing team and its commitment to deliver wow to leading brands and their agencies. All of which have contributed to the company’s rapid growth trajectory.”

Unruly would like to say a huge congratulations to all the winners of the Breakthrough 50 Awards! We’re looking forward to watching you thrive in the coming months

You can see all the 2014 winners here and a full profile on Unruly here.