Sponge hits 48 in the Sunday Times Tech 100 league

Good news for Sponge Group — the mobile marketing geniuses. The Sunday Times has ranked them at number 48 in it’s Microsoft Tech Track 100 league table.

Congratulations to CEO & Co-Founder, Alex Meisl and the team. Here’s a note from Alex:

“The growth Sponge has seen over the last two years has been immense, and gaining recognition as one of the Tech Track 100 is a great achievement,”

“Sponge has evolved into a company that not only supplies mobile technology but offers creative ideas to brands and media owners from Barclays Bank to Birds Eye and Vodafone. As mobile internet sites are becoming crucial to a wide range of businesses, we are already working with the likes of Auto Trader and Daily Star to allow them to provide valuable cross-platform services to their customers.”

In case you’re wondering, Sponge achieved a growth rate of 60% in 3 years to the end of 2007.

Drinks are on Alex.

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