The TenderHut capital group from Bialystok was listed as one of 20 Polish companies in the prestigious ranking by Financial Times. Every year, the British journal announces a list of 1000 top developing companies in Europe. In this year’s edition, TenderHut took the 247th position in the ranking.
The company from Bialystok joined the prestigious ranking very dynamically, taking 5th place among the 20 companies from Poland. The Polish representation this year was more noticeable compared to the year before, when only 6 Polish companies qualified for the ranking. Within the ranking, the greatest number of companies, 259 to be exact, comes from Germany. The report is based on comparing the income growth rate of companies from 31 European states in the years 2013 – 2016. However, companies from 22 countries were listed in the final ranking of the top 1000.
The leader from Bialystok.
560% income growth in the years 2013-2016 allowed the company to achieve a high position in the ranking. The term Silicon Wilderness, referring to Bialystok, was coined thanks to companies like TenderHut. The company's development rate has been praised on numerous occasions, like the Deloitte Fast 500 EMEA and CE ranking, as well as Polish Computerworld TOP200, where one of the group’s companies achieved 3rd place in the category of IT companies with the highest growth rate. It gives us great satisfaction to see international and national organizations that appreciate our work. Our presence in the ranking motivates us even more. All the more so, because we have our representative offices in the majority of countries from the top of the ranking. It is a clear sign that the company’s development is on the right path – says Robert Strzelecki, CEO of the TenderHut group.
The company is developing rapidly indeed. It has just opened another foreign department. The office in Paris is the 8th global department. In Poland, the company’s goal is diversification through the opening of offices in strategic locations throughout the country. It recently opened a developer's center in Szczecin, where innovative products will be developed in cooperation with the branches in Białystok and Olsztyn.