London, United Kingdom, December 02, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Online gift shop YourSurprise.com has achieved 44th place in the 2011 Deloitte Technology Fast500 EMEA. This proves that YourSurprise has managed to realise a fantastic growth year by year. The Deloitte Technology Fast500 EMEA is a yearly election for the five hundred fastest growing technology companies from Europe, the Middle East and Africa. On Thursday the 24th of November, the festive award ceremony was held in London.
44th Place Fast500 EMEA
YourSurprise.com is very honoured to have made it to the 44th place in the Deloitte Technology Fast500 EMEA, with a 2681% growth over the last five years. The YourSurprise strategy and constant growth during the last few years has strengthened their position in the online gift market. This prize can be seen as a confirmation that they are heading the right way and that the assortment of personal gifts is appreciated by customers. This position within an international classification, is an achievement to be proud of.
YourSurprise.com is the largest online gift shop in the Netherlands, with over a 1000 personal gifts. Since the founding of YourSurprise in June 2005, YourSurprise.com has grown out to be a serious partner in the Dutch and European E-commerce. YourSurprise.com is active in five countries and has built up a customer file of a quarter of a million customers. In 2009 YourSurprise.com won a Home Shopping award for the best online gift shop in The Netherlands. YourSurprise.com aims to provide a constant high quality, an optimal gift experience and above all an outstanding customer service. All gifts can be easily personalised online with name, text, logo or photo. This makes every gift unique and a truly personal way to surprise someone.
About Deloitte TechnologyFast500 EMEA
The Deloitte Technology Fast500 EMEA is a yearly election for the fastest growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The selection is based on the total growth in revenue over the last five years (2006 - 2010) in terms of percentage. The participating companies are all active in the public or private sector, span a variety of industry sectors, and are leaders in hardware, software, telecom, semiconductors, internet, media and entertainment, life sciences and emerging areas, such as clean technology.