GoodBox Makes Startups 100 Index 2019
GoodBox has been listed in the UK’s top index of new disruptive businesses launched in the last five years. Not only were we listed, but we were in pole position, ranking in the 28th spot.
- The longest running annual index of its kind, ranking the country’s top 100 fast-growth potential new businesses launched in the last five years.
- GoodBox beat off stiff competition, placing 28th out of 400 applicants.
- The Startups 100 has previously identified Deliveroo, Monzo, Notonthehighstreet, Bulb and HelloFresh.
Run by Startups.co.uk, the Startups 100 offers a diverse showcase of new businesses which demonstrate innovation, solid financials, economic impact, and the ability to scale.
The list was invigilated by a host of high-profile business leaders including entrepreneur and angel investor Alex Farrell, England and Lions rugby player and CEO Tim Rodber, Instagram influencer and small business advocate Gemma Metcalfe-Beckers (Mutha Hood), engineer, investor, and inventor Gi Fernando MBE and founder and serial entrepreneur and President of MVF Titus Sharpe.
“GoodBox is delighted to have been recognised and listed among such incredible companies. Our goal is to make cutting edge technology accessible to charities of all sizes, ensuring they can compete in a modern, cashless society. Being acknowledged on the Startups 100 index of disruptive startups is a fantastic boost for the whole team and a step closer to that goal.”
– Andrew O’Brien, CEO of GoodBox.
Editor of Startups.co.uk, Bryn Glover: “Congratulations to all of the companies listed on the Startups 100 this year. We had more entries than ever and the standard was especially high, so being included is a fantastic achievement. All of the judges were incredibly excited by the lineup this year and the obvious innovation and ambition cultivated here in the UK, even in difficult times.
“We have a good track record of identifying potential – Deliveroo, Notonthehighstreet, HelloFresh and many more, so we can’t wait to watch the businesses progress over the coming years.”
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