Mindgruve has been named one of the fastest-growing companies in north, central and south America by Financial Times. Released at a time when a global pandemic is curtailing economies, workforces and growth, the list from the world’s leading global business publication recognizes 500 companies whose innovation and creativity is paying dividends in the form of resilience and positive forecasts despite the turmoil caused by COVID-19.

Financial Times compiled the fastest growing companies list in collaboration with Statista, a premier provider of market and consumer data. Broadly speaking, entrants were ranked based on compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2015 and 2018. The full ranking methodology can be reviewed and explored further here. Mindgruve landed at no. 254 alongside other recognizable brands such as Snap, Tesla and Uber.

Founded nearly 20 years ago, Mindgruve has successfully operated with the philosophy of “creating groundbreaking work that helps brands drive business growth.” In that time it has evolved into a global, independent marketing agency that offers a wide range of services including research, strategy, creative, media, development and data science.

“We’ve recruited the top strategists, creatives, media experts, data scientists and engineers in the industry, and fostered an environment where they’re empowered to collaborate with one another to drive value for our clients,” says Chad Robley, Mindgruve CEO and founder. “Ultimately, this has allowed us to continue to expand our client roster across multiple industries.”

Some of the most recent, high-profile business acquisitions include Boot Barn, Sony and PCA Skin (A Colgate Palmolive Company).