For the tenth year in a row, the Swedish business weekly Veckans Affärer has named Sweden’s Super Companies, the most efficient, profitable and fast-growing companies in Sweden. Netigate is praised again as one of Sweden’s most flourishing growth companies, earning the distinction for the third time.
Growth as a direct result of loyal customers
Every year, Veckans Affärer awards the prestigious distinction of Super Company to around one 1,000th of the almost 300,000 limited companies in Sweden. This year, the distinction has been conferred on 442 companies, of which only 86 have managed to be a Super Company for three years or more.
“A Super Company is a company that stands out in its industry and beats its competitors on all important points: it grows faster, is more profitable, has a stronger balance sheet, etc. A Super Company is shown by its efficiency, profitability, growth and financial control,” writes Veckans Affärer.
“At Netigate we have lofty ambitions. Being named a Super Company confirms to us once again that we are working in the right way and moving in the right direction. Our growth is a direct result of our satisfied, loyal customers in combination with world-class web technology and really committed employees. Our desire to be the best means that we are yet again one of the most profitable companies in Sweden. I would like to say a really big thank you to all our employees and those who want to work with us so that we can continue to grow together”, says Tobias Tolbäck, CEO of Netigate.
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