For the second year in a row, Financial Times has included Mindgruve in its list of the 500 fastest growing companies across North, Central, and South America. With this international accolade, Mindgruve joins a peer group of game-changing companies such as Tesla, Etsy, DocuSign, Roku, and The Trade Desk.

“It’s always been our mission to help our clients grow their business. And in turn, grow our own,” said Mindgruve founder and CEO, Chad Robley. “Earning a spot on Financial Times’ Fastest Growing Companies list is both a tremendous honor and the result of doing the right thing for our clients.

“Our success is fueled by our strongest asset — our people,” Robley added. “We bring a diverse mix of talent from around the world, ranging from seasoned agency veterans to visionary entrepreneurs — all unified by an unwavering commitment to excellence in everything we do.”

After launching in 2001, Mindgruve has continually flourished, expanding its client roster and delivering on its promise to create groundbreaking work that helps brands drive business growth. Today it’s evolved into a global, independent agency that offers a breadth of marketing services including technology, data science, creative, media planning, and PR, among others.

With recent new business wins such as Duracell, Bic Pens and Hisense, Mindgruve is poised to continue its global growth trajectory.

Financial Times compiled its list in collaboration with Statista, the German-based data provider, ranking entrants according to the strongest revenue growth from 2019–2022. Read the full eligibility methodology and criteria here.