Activate Group has been ranked as one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies in the annual FT 1,000, compiled with data-provider Statista.
The accident management specialist reached 507th in the list, which recognises the top 1,000 companies in Europe based on revenue growth between 2018 and 2021.
The news follows Activate Group’s 2022 ranking in The Sunday Times 100, Britain’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies and highlights the business’ impressive growth trajectory over recent years.
Hannah Wilcox, CEO, said: “This is an incredible achievement for Activate Group. This list covers the period when the pandemic was at its height and I’m particularly proud that, thanks to the amazing support of our client partners and team members, we were able to continue growing despite the challenges of Covid.
“Activate Group was founded on the desire to do things differently in the claims management space. Substantial investments in technology have allowed us to drive efficiency and transparency, fuelling business success for our own business, and for our fleet and insurer clients.
“Looking ahead, there’s no doubt that our industry has changed dramatically over the last two years, but we believe there are continued opportunities for growth through innovation
“Our product strategy is focused on delivering data-driven, real-time accident management, and we’re investing in technology and services that support bespoke client objectives and exceed industry standards”
It also has a specialist automotive parts division, Activate Parts and, in 2019, announced significant investment in a number of strategically located next generation body shops under the name of Activate Accident Repair.
In addition to featuring in the Sunday Times and Financial Times growth listings, Activate Group has also achieved industry recognition for its new damage capture app at the 2022 Insurance Times Awards and the 2023 Insurance CX Awards.