Ticketer’s impressive and sustained growth is once again being recognised, with a listing in the prestigious FT1000 which ranks Europe’s fastest growing companies. Ticketer made the list for the first time, after recording 264% organic, absolute revenue growth between 2015 and 2018 (the accounting period required by the Financial Times).
The FT1000, now in its fourth year, is a visible and public acknowledgment of Ticketer’s performance, measured against businesses in every trade sector across Europe.
John Clarfelt, Ticketer’s Managing Director, comments: “This really has been a team effort. On behalf of our employees, customers and suppliers, who have all contributed to our success, I am so thrilled that all the hard work has been recognised. Every single person has played their part, and by focussing on our philosophy of doing the right thing and really listening to our customers we have built a successful business that people want to work with. I really couldn’t be more proud.”
Last year Ticketer celebrated 10 years in business, attracted investment from Tenzing, the UK-based independent private equity firm, and bought the Norwegian Ticketing company FARA. The company’s growth has also been recognised in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 and the London Stock Exchange list of 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain 2019.