Kenshoo’s technology helps businesses manage global online advertising campaigns across search engines and social networks. The Kenshoo product suite is used to manage 650+ million keywords in more than 100 countries and has served over 33+ billion social media ads on Facebook. Currently, the Kenshoo Universal Platform delivers 320 advertiser clicks and conversions every second.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50, one of Israel’s foremost technology award programs, is a ranking of the country’s 50 fastest-growing technology companies based on percentage growth over five years. The Fast 50 program honors business growth, technological innovation and Israel entrepreneurial spirit.
“Achieving sustained revenue growth of 5,926 percent over five years is a tremendous accomplishment for a technology company operating in a competitive world,” said Tal Chen, partner in charge of the Deloitte Brightman Almagor Zohar Israel Technology Fast 50 Program. “Kenshoo deserves a lot of credit for its remarkable growth, and we commend them for it.”
After having just celebrated Kenshoo’s 5th birthday, the company is expanding into new markets to support its growing customer base, which include the world’s leading advertisers and agencies. Recently announced Kenshoo partnerships include Accor Group, Annalect, Covario, iProspect, Publicis Webformance, Rebate Networks, Tesco, and True Action, among other blue chip brands.
“In this fast-changing industry, Kenshoo continues to invest in cutting-edge engineering and push the envelope to answer unmet marketer needs for automation, performance, and scale,” said Yoav Izhar-Prato, chief executive officer of Kenshoo. “It is a great honor for Kenshoo to be included in this list of innovative technology companies and we look forward to sustaining our trajectory as we deliver solutions for leading marketers around the world.”
About the Deloitte Technology Fast 50™
The Deloitte Brightman Almagor Zohar Technology Fast 50 annually recognizes and honors the 50 private and publicly-held fastest growing technology companies in Israel, based on percentage revenue growth over a five-year period.
The objective rankings are determined by percentage revenue growth over the last five years. To qualify, companies must own proprietary technology. Participants can be private or public companies operating in any area of technology.
The fast 50 program was initiated in San Jose, the center of Silicon Valley, California in 1995 and quickly became a growth benchmark of success in the USA.