THE EXPERT Market team is celebrating after its parent company MVF was declared the fastest growing tech company of 2013 in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
It managed to beat off stiff competition from the likes of Moshi Monsters (Mind Candy), Sky Scanner and Zoopla after recording a staggering 278% annual revenue growth over four years.
Established in 2009 MVF rapidly assumed UK market leader status in the fiercely competitive online customer acquisition sector.
Four years on and with a staff of 150 MVF has expanded its operations to cover EMEA, The Americas, Asia-Pac, Latam. Australia among others and extended its sectors to include education, B2B, elective surgery, office products and international moves.
Expert Market itself was founded in 2011 and has since worked with names like Pitney Bowes, Mitel and FP Mailing.
The free service, founded by Jules Hopkinson, Tom Morgan and Titus Sharpe, helps customers find the best office equipment and businesses services for their needs.
MVF CEO Titus Sharpe said: “MVF has had a remarkable four years of life. To win this award is testament to all the MVF team. We have an amazing group of clients, several of whom are in the Tech Track this year. We look forward to continuing to help our clients grow their customer base over the coming years, both in the UK and overseas.
“Our growth would be considered impressive at the best of times, but we have managed to generate these figures during a very dark economic period. MVF’s success is down to its blend of the best people, technology platforms and data driven strategies and I have to take this opportunity to thank every member of our team for their incredible efforts.
“Part of the culture at MVF is about learning through sharing and that goes beyond the office walls, which is why I have decided to launch a series of briefings and presentations to help others in the business community.”
MVF also picked up the trophy for ‘Europe’s Fastest Earnings Grower’ gong at the GP Bullhound Media Momentum Summit in May and came 84th in the Sunday Times Best Small Companies to work for.