Industry Press / 04.30.18
Spektrix named one of Europe’s fastest growing companies
Spektrix, the cloud-based box office management solution for arts and entertainment businesses, has been named one of Europe’s fastest growing companies by the Financial Times and research firm Statista.
The FT 1000 European league table ranks the companies that have achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2013 and 2016 across 31 European countries.
Spektrix achieved 224% revenue growth in the period.
Founded in 2007 by Michael Nabarro and Matt Scarisbrick, Spektrix’s SaaS box office management software handles ticketing, ecommerce, marketing, fundraising and customer relationship management (CRM). The company has more than 330 arts and entertainment organization customers in North America and the UK. More than 20 million tickets were sold through Spektrix in 2017.
“It’s an honour to have made this year’s FT 1000 list,” said Michael Nabarro, Spektrix co-founder and CEO. “Being ranked alongside so many other leading technology businesses is testament to our model and a great achievement for our growing team.
Spektrix was named to City AM’s Leap 100 list in 2016 and the Sunday Times’ Tech Track 100 in 2017. The FT’s 2018 ranking was compiled in partnership with Statista, the research company. Technology was the best represented sector, contributing 155 companies to the list.
For more information on the FT 1000 please visit https://ig.ft.com/ft-1000/2018/
NOTES TO EDITORS
Spektrix is the leading provider of cloud-based ticketing, marketing and fundraising software for the performing arts. Founded in London in 2007, Spektrix now enables more than 340 organizations in the UK and North America to provide a simple and intuitive ticketing journey to end customers. Sophisticated, real-time analytics and marketing tools allow arts marketers to be truly responsive to audiences, delivering targeted offers and communications that recognize the needs of individual theatregoers. Customers include Nederlander Theatres in London’s West End, Town Hall and Symphony Hall Birmingham, the Bristol Old Vic, Round House theatre in Washington DC, and the Luminato Festival in Toronto. For more information please visit www.spektrix.com.