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eShopWorld named Irelandís fastest growing tech company

Written by Robert McHugh, on 6th Nov 2017. Posted in Technology

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eShopWorld has been ranked #1 for the third year running at the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Ireland. Rankings are based on average percentage revenue growth over four years, with eShopWorld recording turnover growth of 3632% during this period.
 
The Irish provider of global eCommerce solutions for leading retail brands worldwide recorded strong growth in 2016, with revenues increasing by 245%, pre-tax profits of €7.8m and turnover of €211.2m. The company works with some of the world’s most iconic lingerie, fashion and sportswear brands, creating localised solutions to manage the global eCommerce requirements of 5 of the top 10 apparel brands. 

Earlier this year, eShopWorld opened its international headquarters in Swords, and announced the creation of 250 jobs, and a €25m programme of investment.
 
Speaking about the win, eShopWorld CEO, Tommy Kelly said, "We have seen strong growth, investment and expansion in 2016, having strengthened our presence on the ground in Ireland, Europe and the United States. We have invested heavily in R&D as part of a €25m 3-year programme, and we have continued to grow at a pace that has seen us twice in the past awarded 1st place in Deloitte’s Fast 50 ranking. We are thrilled to be back at the top of the rankings again this year, alongside some outstanding Irish companies."

Source: www.businessworld.ie 
 

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