The FT ranking, compiled with Statista, a research company, lists the European companies that achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2017 and 2020. The minimum CAGR required to make the list was 36.5%.
Kubrick has had a year of exceptional growth, deploying over 500 consultants and adding 34 organisations to its portfolio of clients. The company, which has trained over 1,000 professionals in critical technology skills since its inception in 2016, is poised to continue its strong trajectory in 2022. Kubrick partnered with Bowmark in November 2021 in order to support its growth strategy and entry into new markets, whilst achieving its goal of bringing more diversity into the technology sector.
“Our continued presence amongst the fastest growing businesses in Europe is an eye-opening reflection of the great need for data and next-generation technology skills, which is holding back organisations and society at large”, said Simon Walker, Kubrick Co-Founder. “The demand we are witnessing in the UK alone is staggering, and we have been working tirelessly to address the accelerating skills shortage head-on by building a diverse workforce capable and ready to help organisations transform.”
“We are incredibly proud to be recognised for how far we have come already in our six years of trading, but we are still at the start of our journey”, added Co-Founder Tim Smeaton. “This accolade comes at a particularly pivotal moment for Kubrick’s mission as we prepare to deploy our first US consultants in the New York area next month, taking on the global skills crisis which is especially prevalent in the United States.”
The special report in the Financial Times is released on 21 March.
The rankings, created by researchers at Statista, are available online here.