FT1000: the seventh annual list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies, Fintech category.
Rotterdam – The Financial Times has selected coeo (Netherlands) as one of Europe’s fastest-growing organisations in its seventh edition of the FT1000. The FT1000 represents companies that drive the economy in the 21st century, generating jobs and maintaining the competitiveness of the European market on the international stage.
Every year, the Financial-Times recognises European companies from various sectors that have achieved significant sales growth. The FT1000 award is presented in collaboration with renowned market research company Statista, which carries out the analysis, evaluates the sales figures and compiles the data.
Rody Overwater, CEO of coeo Netherlands and Belgium is hugely grateful an honoured that coeo has been included in the FT1000 ranking. “I am immensely proud of the coeo team for this achievement,” said Rody. “This is the result of relentless dedication and passion in advancing our mission: Balancing customer relationships with customer-centric and technology-driven debt collection.”
According to him, the key factor of growth lies in the use of smart ICT and marketing techniques, based on AI: “Thanks to coeo’s in-house developed debt collection software and the associated database, we can flexibly adapt to new technologies and new market conditions. This is our first appearance in the ranking and a confirmation that our growth strategy in Europe is working!”
The 2023 award comes less than three months after the last major success milestone for coeo. In December 2022, the company was named the most customer-friendly credit management organisation by the MT1000. Thanks to its #1 position, coeo manages the title ‘best service provider of 2022’ in the Credit Management, Factoring & Debt Collection category.
Check out the Financial Times Top 1000 at this link.