(PRLEAP.COM) December 10, 2014 – The leading independent video content SSP, HIRO Media, announced its 7th place ranking on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA 2014 today. The list comprises a ranking of the EMEA’s 500 fastest growing technology companies. The rankings take into account the last five years percentage revenue growth.
During the period considered for the ranking, HIRO Media exhibited a growth of 22219%. This growth is largely attributable to the power and strength of HIRO’s casual viewership, which is their “Daytime of the Internet” platform, as well as the capability they possess in providing top-notch content-syndication-monetization solutions that are not only industry-leading, but also comprehensive and highly effective, as well as simple and forthright.
Ariel Napchi, the CEO of HIRO Media commented on the fact that not only for HIRO Media, but also for the industry as a whole, 2014 was an exciting year. He goes on to point out that HIRO’s ranking in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA in addition to the growth shown in the span of the last five years spotlights the quality of their casual viewership platform as well as their desire to provide the highest level of client service within the industry. Napchi states that the fact that HIRO Media was honored as an industry leader at such an important time within the industry itself is extremely exciting for the company.
David Halstead, of Deloitte UK, who was the partner in charge of the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA program points out that the combination of HIRO Media’s ranking on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA along with its massive 22219 growth rate in the five year period considered show their commitment to furthering innovation and to progression of the industry as a whole. Halstead believes that HIRO Media has established proof that they are leaders in the industry and that they possess both the vision and resolve to show continued growth in a market that continues to be highly competitive.
HIRO Media also managed to pull in a second honor in addition to their ranking in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500. The 2014 Israel Deloitte Technology Fast 50, which is a list ranking Israel’s 50 fastest growing technology firms, ranked HIRO Media 4th.
The average overall growth rate shown by companies ranked on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA 2014 listing was 1,711 percent.
Selection and qualifications for Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA
The Deloitte EMEA Technology Fast 50 program compiles the list of technology companies ranked in the Technology Fast 500 list through nominations that are submitted directly to the Technology Fast 500 as well as companies found through public company database research. Entrants are required to have accumulated a minimum of €50,000 in base-year operating revenues as well as a minimum of €800,000 operating revenues for the current year in order to qualify.
Qualifying entrants must be an EMEA based ‘technology company’, publicly held, or private. A company considered a ‘technology company’ is one that derives a considerable portion of the company’s operating revenues from the development or ownership of proprietary technology or one that constructs and produces a product related to technology, or a company that contributes a large percentage of effort towards research into, and development of, technology. A company that makes use of technology produced by other companies, whether in a basic or unique way, does not qualify as a technology company.
About HIRO Media
The premier online video content SSP, HIRO Media, established by experts in the fields of media and advertising, aids content owners in navigating the intricate world of online video advertising as well as syndication through use of the most progressive monetization platform currently in the industry. HIRO’s video-distribution and monetization platform in combination with their web of more than 150,000 sites simplifies and enhances video syndication through service of over 4 billion video-ads on a monthly basis. For further information on HIRO Media visit the website at http://www.hiro-media.com.
About Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ EMEA
The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA program is the most impartial industry-ranking to concentration on the technology field in the entire region. Its’ purpose is to honor the highest achieving technology companies in regards to revenue growth rate in Europe, the Middle East and African (EMEA) regions within the last five years.
Fast 500 companies combine technological innovation with entrepreneurship and swift growth. These companies may be publicly or privately owned, large or small, and span a range of sectors within the industry. They are industry leaders in the fields of hardware, software, semiconductors, telecom, media, internet, life sciences and developing areas, such as clean technology.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 initiatives, which provide rankings in high growth technology companies based on their location or specifically designated geographic area are supporters of this program, which is run by the global industry group of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT). The program is co-sponsored by Fidelity Growth Partners Europe, an investor in the field of venture and growth capital. Fidelity Growth backs entrepreneurs with a desire to reach prominence in the IT and clean technology sectors throughout Europe. Also co-sponsoring is Silicon Valley Bank, the preeminent back for technology, life science, private equity and premium wine businesses, along with the leading International law firm of Taylor Wessing, which focuses on the industries of the future. For further information on the program and a list of winners for previous years, visit www.deloitte.com/fast500emea.
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