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Statista reveals "Europe's Fastest Growing Companies 2024"

In collaboration with the Financial Times, Statista has unveiled its highly anticipated list of Europe's fastest-growing companies for 2024. This marks the eighth edition of the annual list, showcasing the remarkable achievements of 1000 European enterprises that have exhibited outstanding revenue growth between 2019 and 2022.

Statista R, renowned for its expertise in creating, publishing, and promoting top-tier company and brand rankings worldwide, partnered with esteemed media outlets like Forbes, the Financial Times, and The Times to compile this prestigious list. Leveraging their profound market research and data analysis capabilities, Statista R evaluates companies, brands, and products to curate these exclusive rankings.

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Among the top performers in the furniture & interiors category, Italian companies dominate the landscape, with one notable exception from Germany. Here are the furniture and interior companies and their ranking:

131. RC Relax (Italy)
362. Adiemme (Italy)
398. Imperialgroup (Italy)
440. Cos.Met. S.r.l. Fratelli Rubolino (Italy)
469. B.G. Legno (Italy)
487. Sciuker Frames (Italy)
543. Déco (Italy)
557. Xilia (Italy)
707. Zafferano (Italy)
762. Guzzini & Fontana Projects (Italy)
848. Tecnoplast (Italy)
883. Effezeta System (Italy)
891. Variosan (Germany)
892. Ottopuntozero (Italy)

These companies have demonstrated remarkable growth trajectories, contributing to the vibrant landscape of Europe's business ecosystem. Statista's rigorous selection process ensures that only the most exceptional performers receive recognition. The calculation of company growth rates is grounded in the revenue figures submitted by the companies in their respective national currencies. To ensure comparability in the ranking, revenue figures were converted into euros using the average rate for the financial year indicated by the company. Companies had to have generated at least €100,000 in revenue in 2019 and at least €1.5 million in revenue in 2022. They also have to be independent entities and headquartered in eligible European countries.

The unveiling of Europe's fastest-growing companies by Statista and the Financial Times not only celebrates their remarkable achievements but also provides valuable insights into emerging trends and opportunities shaping the continent's economic landscape. As these companies chart new territories and redefine industry standards, they exemplify the spirit of innovation and resilience driving Europe's business community forward.

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