UK Founded Global Ad Tech Business Flashtalking Makes The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200

LONDON, UK – Flashtalking, a global online advertising technology company founded in the UK by internet marketing pioneers Paul Cunningham and Dan Freeman today announced its inclusion on The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200, which recognises Britain’s top private companies with fastest-growing international revenues.

This is a fantastic achievement for the team,” said Paul Cunningham, Chairman and Founder, “from humble beginnings in a back bedroom it’s been an amazing journey to where we are today; 300 employees across eleven offices around the world.” He continued, “I want to say a big thank you to the many agencies and advertisers that have worked with us over the years and continue to drive what we do as a business.” He concluded, “It’s been a real privilege to work with the dedicated team that successfully took a UK ad tech business to the US and international success.”

John Nardone, CEO, commented, “Our aim has stayed the same since the beginning – to make online advertising more engaging for consumers through better creative and more impactful for major advertisers by activating their data.” He continued, “We have become market leaders at data driven programmatic creative campaigns at scale backed by powerful cross-channel analytics.” He concluded, “It’s great to see the constant innovation and great service that continue to grow our business be recognised in the International Track 200.”

About Flashtalking

Flashtalking is an independent online advertising technology company, providing best-in- class creative tools, campaign management, analytics and measurement across all digital marketing channels for major global advertisers including American Express, Virgin Atlantic, Mercedes, O2, TUI and Walmart.

About The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200

Ranking Britain’s mid-stage private companies with the fastest-growing international sales measured over their latest two years of reported revenue and compiled by Fast Track annually in June, The HSBC International Track 200 is published in The Sunday Times with an awards event in September, and alumni dinners during the year. Over 19 years, more than 4,500 companies have featured on Fast Track’s league tables. They represent half of the UK’s c2,000 private companies with operating profits of over £3m, and almost all private companies with profits over £20m or sales over £250m.