Next Consult is among the fastest growing companies in the Financial Times report

05.03.2019

A few days ago, the prestigious international daily newspaper Financial Times announced the top 1000 European companies with the highest annual growth in revenue between 2014 and 2017 year.


The FT 1000: Europe's Fastest Growing Companies was compiled in partnership with the popular online research portal Statista.

Next Consult is one of the 7 Bulgarian companies to make the list, scoring a revenue growth rate of 55.8%.

Since its inception in 2010, Next Consult has been led by the mission to be the best consulting company with the best expert team. Over the years, the company has made several strategic partnerships and expanded its portfolio of services, leading to its international expansion.

Currently, Next Consult has offices in 4 countries besides Bulgaria - Romania, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and the United States.

See the full ranking here.

 

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