HelloFresh ranked first in a list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies. The Financial Times looked at companies in Europe that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenues between 2012 and 2015. HelloFresh saw its revenue increase by 13,159 percent during that period.
And so HelloFresh ends way before other ecommerce companies, such as German logistics firm Kolga and Dutch auction house Catawiki. The Financial Times compiled the list together with Statista, to find out which companies in Europe has grown the fastest over the last couple of years. Because “innovative and fast-growing companies are the driving force of the European economy in the 21st century. They generate jobs and sustain Europe’s competitiveness”, the newspaper writes.
‘London, a hub for innovation and commerce’
After finding the 1,000 fast-growing companies, it turns out that 78 of them are based in London, which makes the British capital “a hub for innovation and commerce” in the European Union. Paris follows with 45 companies that are based there, and after that comes Milan (34) and Berlin (32).
Here are all the companies from FT’s list, labeled as “ecommerce”. Note: HelloFresh is put in the category “food & beverage”, although it’s of course also an ecommerce company.