The fifth annual FT 1000, compiled in partnership with Statista, aims to provide a snapshot of Europe’s most promising growth businesses, from industries such as retail, technology, construction and transport. Microblink appeared in 2020’s ranking, too.

‘’Being recognized by two highly reputable publications for two consecutive years is validation of the team’s hard work and makes us incredibly proud,‘’ Darren Bassman, Microblink’s global CEO, said.

‘’We’ve made a number of breakthroughs in the field of computer vision in the last year, including browser-based ID scanning and AI-driven credit card scanning. We’ve also closed our first investment and expanded the team to enable the next phase of growth. 

‘’These are exciting times, and I can’t wait to see what the next 12 months has in store. In the meantime, we’ll stay focused on building products that make life easier for millions of people around the world,‘’ he added.

A Statista spokesman said: ‘’The rating is the result of a joint initiative by the Financial Times and Statista, which conducted months of research, public calls, intensive database research and directly contacted tens of thousands of companies.

‘’In the end, we were able to identify outstanding companies among millions of European enterprises. Microblink clearly stood out, and as a result will be publicly recognised in the FT as one of Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies.‘’  

We're happy to be one of the top 1000 fastest-growing companies in Europe, and we'll continue with the excellent work that put us on the list twice in a row. Our success wouldn't be possible without our valued clients who trust our products and technology. Thank you for being by our side and helping us grow.