By Ashley Burgess

Specialist Biddable Media agency, Periscopix, has been named by The Sunday Times Tech Track 100 as one of the fastest growing tech companies in the UK.

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Based in London, Periscopix specialises in creating and running Search Advertising campaigns for its 200+ clients including Cath Kidston, Claire's, Diet Chef, Sony Entertainment and Universal Music.

Periscopix ranked at position 96 in The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table, which listed companies with the fastest-growing sales over the latest three years.

With an average, combined, three year sales growth of 41.89%, Periscopix joins the likes of SkyScanner (pos. 23) and Reevoo (pos. 86) in the prestigious Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 list.

Periscopix was one of 53 London-based companies to make the list, all of which have made a strong contrition to the local economy over the past three years. Together they employ 5,400 people and have achieved combined sales of £950m.

Past league table stars include property website Zoopla, now valued at £1bn, and Candy Crush maker, now valued at $4bn.

The Tech Track 100 league table and awards programme is sponsored by Hiscox, Barclays, BDO and Business Growth Fund and compiled by Fast Track, the Oxford-based research and networking events firm.

Steve Langan, Managing Director of Hiscox UK and Europe, the title sponsor of the league table commented:

"It takes a number of qualities to be recognised as a Tech Track 100 business. Having well defined company values, a focus on nurturing talent and achieving customer satisfaction, and an eye on future-proofing your business are all important attributes. Many former Tech Track 100 companies have gone on to become stand out successes, and this year's listing is equally exciting. Every single one of these businesses is contributing to the UK economy, and that should give us all confidence that Britain's tech scene is in good health".

To celebrate the achievement, sponsors BDO sent each of the Tech Track 100 companies a personalised cake.

To view the full Tech Track 100 list, as displayed in The Sunday Times, please visit the Tech Track 100 website.


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