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    Peak Ace is one of the 1,000 fastest growing companies in Europe

    Peak Ace made it onto the FT1000 list – which makes us the only German Online Marketing agency in the “advertising” category on the extensive ranking of the 1000 fastest growing companies in Europe compiled by the Financial Times.

    Just as with the great results at the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Awards 2016, we were able to show our innovative strength and the resulting steady growth. This was already confirmed when we were recognised as FOCUS Wachstumschampion 2017. Although London is definitely known as Europe’s innovation hub, Berlin is not far behind! The complete list of all companies will be published on April 24, 2017 in the printed version of the Financial Times.

    Bastian Grimm, Director of Organic Search at Peak Ace:

    We are, of course, very happy about this result and consider this great news as a reconfirmation of our strategy, so far. Our team is very innovative and always thinks two steps ahead. Therefore, we have been able to develop and improve in all areas of Performance Marketing. One thing is certain: both in Paid and Organic Search, we will continue to build on data-driven campaigns – as you can see, this strategy has proven itself many times over. At this point, we would like to thank the whole team and our customers.

    What is FT1000?

    On April 24, 2017 the Financial Times will publish a special report called “FT1000”, which ranks Europe’s 1,000 fastest growing companies. The list focuses both on innovation as well as continuous, stable growth. These companies create jobs and therefore help to make Europe an attractive and competitive business location. When compiling the list, journalists took into consideration the sales increases between 2012 and 2015 of each company. Also, in 2012 each company had to have a minimum turnover of 100,000 Euro, in 2015 one of 1.5 million Euro. Sales needed to have increased organically. Furthermore, the companies had to be independent and headquartered in a European country.

    Peak Ace thus contributes to strengthening Europe as a business location.

    Emily Wilson

    is a Marketing and Communications Manager at Peak Ace. She joined the company in 2021 and works in the Berlin office. When she isn’t writing for our blog, Emily enjoys travelling, writing, and working on craft projects.