PissedConsumer has been recognized by the Financial Times as one of The Americas' Fastest-Growing Companies in 2024. This prestigious multiple-industry ranking showcases the company’s remarkable growth and underlines its prominent position as an innovative force in consumer advocacy and reputation management that builds bridges between business and consumers.

Compiled every year in collaboration with the data analytics platform, Statista, The Americas' Fastest-Growing Companies award rounds up independent public and private entities across 20 countries in North, Central, and South America whose percentage compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2019 and 2022 stands out from the thousands of submissions received by the publication.

To be placed on the FT list, companies must meet minimum certified USD revenue thresholds and demonstrate truly outstanding growth over the 2019 to 2022 period. 

With a recorded 22.59% CAGR between 2019 and 2022, it is with a great sense of accomplishment that PissedConsumer has made it onto the FT list for 2024, ranking at 401 amongst the top 500. As consumer awareness grows and the demand for accountability increases, review platforms will be more influential in brands’ reputation management and business-consumer relationships. Being distinguished from many other companies, PissedConsumer.com has become the go-to resource for online reviews and the essential solution for businesses seeking to understand customers' real experiences and increase customer satisfaction.

"This recognition from the Financial Times reflects how we've scaled our platform and solutions while staying true to our mission," said Podolsky. "None of this would be possible without the trust of consumers who share their reviews, and the businesses who partner with us to drive positive change."

Undergoing continuous improvement guided by user feedback, PissedConsumer is pioneering a new model of direct consumer engagement that is transparent and empowering for all – providing a framework for both business and customer success.

Be sure to check the Financial Times on April 4th to see the full fifth annual list of The Americas' Fastest Growing Companies 2024.

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