Financial Times

Europe's fastest-growing companies, the Financial Times chart

Pomilio Blumm leads the institutional communication sector and reaches the top of Italy's revenue in overall advertising.

The Financial Times, one of the most authoritative business newspapers in the world published the fifth annual FT 1000 Europe's Fastest Growing Companies.

The index, compiled with Statista, a German provider of market and consumer data lists the companies that in 33 countries achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2016 and 2019, including the United Kingdom as well.

For the first time, Italy is the country with the most entries on the list, with 269. Second is Germany with 204, followed by France with 162.

Pomilio Blumm ranks as the only representative in institutional communication and the fourth largest company in terms of 2019 revenue's in the "enlarged" advertising sector at the European level (including the UK) with an absolute growth rate of 221.23% and a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 47.6%.

The segment includes a wide range of companies classified as media, digital hubs, or adv agencies dedicated to corporate marketing. The EU's communication consultancy scene is crowded with companies from the U.S., the U.K., and East Asia.

The majority of these focus on producer-to-consumer philosophies, and thus interpret and manage the EU's crucial tasks with rather inappropriate, commercial methods and strictly corporate vertical specialization schemes. On the other hand, the EU's system of agencies and delegations that are spread across the globe requires a partnership that includes a proactive, competent consultancy that focuses solely on institution-to-citizen needs through the use of an integrated multi-communicative process and robust competencies, toward supporting and implementing the 'European narrative' within and beyond the EU's 27-country border.

Pomilio Blumm's growth pillars are founded on a huge development of 73 patented efficiency-tools, fully customizable: a unique bouquet that combines data-telling and social sciences with neurocognitive and semiotic expertise.

Franco Pomilio Blumm, that in 2005 founded UEN (Ultra European Network)

The first European-based network (covering every of 27 state member countries) that nowadays proudly boasts 103 offices and a staff of over 7.200 professionals worldwide: a “unicorn” in the commercial advertising market.