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FT 1000


Select Technology is honoured to have made it into the first edition of the FT 1000, the list of Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies, compiled by The Financial Times and Statista. Many months were spent identifying these outstanding companies among the millions of existing European enterprises. The search included intensive database research as well as direct contacts with tens of thousands of companies. A plethora of companies provided and formally confirmed the validity of the required revenue information. At the end, just a thousand made it to the list. In time-honoured tradition, we would like to pay tribute to the efforts of our staff and our channel partners without whom this would not have been possible.

Sales Director, Stephen Hart had this to say:

“This announcement further signifies to me how far Selectec has come in recent years, I put our success down to the combined efforts of all the staff here at Selectec. We pride ourselves in being 100% channel focused and always strive to provide the best experience possible for partners when they engage with us. This allows us to maintain and grow strong, long term business relationships with our partners around the world.”

About the FT 1000:

The FT 1000 is a special report on the fastest growing companies in Europe and is set to be published in April 2017.
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.

For more information please see the FT1000 FAQ.

FT 1000
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