BioNeutra joins Tesla, Uber, Netflix and PayPal in Financial Times’ List.
LONDON, UK. The Financial Times today named BioNeutra Global Corporation, the Canadian manufacturer of healthy sugar alternative VitaFiber, as one of the 500 fastest growing companies in the 20 countries composing the Americas. BioNeutra joins Tesla, Uber, Netflix and Paypal in the newspaper’s inaugural ranking of growth companies listed in a special edition in today’s paper.
The coveted ranking of growth companies is based on their compounded annual revenue growth (CAGR) over a three-year period from 2015 to 2018 and are described by the Times as “…growing at hyper speed - especially when the coronavirus pandemic has just thrown economies across the globe into unprecedented turmoil…” BioNeutra posted a 135% three-year growth rate and was 364th on the list. It is one of only 36 companies of the “500” that are listed on stock exchanges.
“We are very honoured to be included in the rankings with four business giants. It’s a tribute to our dedicated and talented employees. I’m also grateful to our loyal customers world-wide who helped make this growth possible,” says BioNeutra founder, President and CEO, Dr. Jianhua Zhu.
BioNeutra is a Canadian awards leader which, for the past four consecutive years, has been included in the list of Canada’s top 1,000 publicly traded companies created by Canada’s influential business newspaper, the Globe and Mail. The country’s top business magazine, Canadian Business and Macleans have also ranked BioNeutra as one of the fastest growing companies in Canada for the past two years.
The Company is the recipient of nearly 40 awards, honours and recognitions and is a nominee for seven awards for 2020 and is a finalist for two of them including one in Europe.
The Financial Times was joined by data research company, Statista, in compiling these rankings.