Born Licensing Features In The Financial Times FT1000 Fastest Growing Companies In Europe
Born Licensing are pleased to announce that the company has been featured in the Financial Times’ FT1000, an annual list of Europe’s fastest growing companies. Appearing alongside the likes of Octopus Energy and Chilly’s Bottles, Born Licensing, the world’s only licensing company specialising solely in licensing characters, clips and entertainment IP for advertising campaigns, features at number 58 in the 2021 FT1000.
The FT1000, which is compiled using data from Statista, ranks European companies that have achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2016 and 2019. Released annually, the FT1000 has previously featured corporations that have gone on to become well-known and successful companies, including Transferwise (2018), Hello Fresh (2017, 2018), Deliveroo (2018, 2019) and Jungle Creations (2019, 2020).
Born Licensing appear at number 58 in the 2021 FT1000, alongside the likes of Octopus Energy and Chilly’s Bottles. Born Licensing saw a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) % of 168.2% between 2016 and 2019. With an Absolute Growth Rate of 1828.4%, Born Licensing ranks 15th in the UK and 2nd in the Advertising category.
Born Licensing’s Founder & Director, David Born, commented: “We are super proud to be listed amongst Europe’s most innovative and fastest growing companies. This achievement reflects not only the hard work from the Born Licensing team, but the ongoing support we get from the Rights Holders we represent and the licensing community.”