Media Ingenuity feature in The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 for second year running

MEDIA Ingenuity has been named as one of the UK’s top private companies for the second year running in the prestigious Sunday Times Tech Track 100 Awards.

The company ranked 75 in the Tech Track 100, which ranks the 100 fastest growing businesses in the sector. This acknowledges another year of rapid growth for Media Ingenuity, the company set up by founder directors Jonathan Hassid and Will Becker in 2006.
MD, Adam Quint, commented: “We’re delighted to have ranked in the Tech Track 100 for the second year running. It’s tough to get into the Tech Track once and even tougher for a company to rank twice. Since Media Ingenuity was founded in 2006, the company has grown nearly 700% – a feat driven by the hard work and talent of a fantastic team.”
Media Ingenuity recently launched its own travel insurance and credit card under the Fluid brand. Its highly innovative and scientific approach to online marketing results in thousands of customers being introduced to providers of financial products every day.
Founders Will Becker and Jonathan Hassid, together with managing director Adam Quint, grew sales from £3.6m in 2007 to £11m in 2010.
This year, Scottish Equity Partners led a £17.5m funding round to take a minority stake in the company.
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