Hellas Direct has been included in the Financial Times 2019 list of "1,000 Europe's Fastest Growing Companies", which has just come out.
Well done for Alexis Pantazis and Emilios Markou for building a global disruptive insurtech company that is making waves globally by disrupting the Insurance sector, making it better for users.
According to the Financial Times: “the FT 1000, compiled with Statista, lists the European companies that achieved the highest compound annual growth rate in revenue between 2014 and 2017. The hurdle to securing a place was a little higher this year: the bottom-ranked company achieved a growth rate of 37.7 per cent, compared with 34.6 per cent last year.”
The FT1000 is dominated by the tech industry showing the way forward in Europe. The ranking of the companies is pretty complex, you can find the company in the index as HD Insurance and you can read about the methodology here.
Alexis mentioned to his Linkedin:
Emilios Markou shared his co-founder Linkedin post mentioning:
We contacted the two Cypriot co-founders asking for a brief statement. They mentioned to our innovation news portal DisruptCyprus.com: “We are really excited to be recognised by the Financial Times as one of the fastest growing companies in Europe. A great start to the year! It is not often you see a Cyprus company ranked amongst Europe’s best. We are humbled and truly energised. Huge thanks to all of our team!”
If you do not know who Hellas Direct is then check their website here. According to their website, you need to forget everything you know about home insurance. They have redesigned the whole process, from the moment you get a quote to the day the pay your claim. They offer the most comprehensive covers at the best prices. They make payments exclusively online, in 3 minutes. And you speak directly with them avoiding the middlemen.
Recently they had a press conference mentioning that they invested more 7+ million to technology and explaining that they are here to stay.
Watch below their next steps why they launch a marketing campaign the bad bad bank…