BARCELONA, Spain – May 4, 2017 – NPAW (Nice People at Work), masters of the most holistic business intelligence and analytics platform for online media services, announced today it has been selected as a winner of their Top 100 Europe award by Red Herring. The award recognizes NPAW amongst Europe’s leading private companies and celebrates the company’s innovations and technologies across its industry.
Red Herring Magazine, the name in startup reporting, awards Top 100 status annually to companies which best exemplify innovation and entrepreneurship. Candidates are selected based on a qualitative and quantitative rubric, which considers financial performance, strategy, quality of management, and knack for innovation, to name a few. Red Herring’s editors were among the first to recognize that companies such as Alibaba, Facebook, Google, Kakao, Skype, SuperCell, Spotify, Twitter, and YouTube would change the way we live and work.
On the heels of a week at NAB in Las Vegas sharing the news of its latest and disruptive releases –YOUBORAInfinity, SmartUsers and SmartTrends-, NPAW CEO Ferran Gutierrez said about the award “We are deeply honored that Red Herring considers ours as one of the Top 100 Companies in Europe. Our product development roadmap for 2017 will certainly not let them down.”
NPAW will be exhibiting at BroadcastAsia in Singapore May 23 – 25. Contact them at their website, npaw.com/contact-us.
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