Financial Times recognizes Podium Advanced Technologies among Europe’s fastest growing companies

London, 6 April 2018 - Podium Advanced Technologies scores highly in the FT1000: Europe’s fastest-growing companies – a ranking published by the Financial Times and Statista – charting the 1.000 companies in Europe that have achieved the highest growth in revenues between 2013 and 2016. Podium Advanced Technologies ranked in the top 40% in Financial Times’s coveted FT1000 2018, joining ranks among Europe’s 1.000 fastest growing companies. Financial Times has partnered with Statista to identify the 1.000 European companies that demonstrated the strongest growth between 2013 and 2016. This special report highlights companies that have contributed significantly to Europe’s economy and competitiveness on a global scale. Participating companies had to meet strict criteria with respect to their revenue growth to be included in the ranking. Podium Advanced Technologies comes in at number 16 in the Automotive sector league table, largely dominated by German companies, thanks to an impressive revenue growth of 400% from 2013-16. Thanks to such growth, resulting in a remarkable 71% CAGR over the period, Podium Advanced Technologies also ranked in the top 30% within the 105 Italy-based businesses included in the FT1000 list this year. This latest achievement is testament to Podium Advanced Technologies continued focus on innovation and technical excellence. With growing demand for our services from the Automotive, e-Mobility and Motorsport business lines in the international markets, and with one of the highest customers retention rate in the industry, we have been relentlessly expanding our service offering since our foundation on 2011. With all profits reinvested in the company since its inception, Podium Advanced Technologies has fueled massive investments in high-tech equipment and machinery. Today we have the capability of developing and assembling prototype battery packs of any size and for any application, there are two test benches in our lab capable to withstand 50kW and 250kW max power, and we have recently set up a workshop where we can assemble a racing car as well as any other one-off vehicle from ground up. Please read the full report here.