Ubitransport has been ranked among the 500 fastest-growing French companies in 2022.🚀

Ubitransport has been included in the Leaders League France 2022 which is run by French magazine Les Décideurs and recognises the 500 fastest-growing French companies. The list is based on several criteria including a turnover between 5 million and 1 billion euros in 2020 and a growth rate of over 20% between 2016 and 2020.

To reflect the diversity of French business, Décideurs selection includes businesses in several sectors of activity (agri-food, distribution, energy, real estate and construction, internet and telecommunications, IT and software, leisure, luxury and fashion, media, health, services, transport). Ubitransport was recognised in the transportation category alongside 14 other companies in its industry.

Ubitransport was evaluated on its revenue increase between 2016 and 2020, growth potential, innovation, leadership and collaborative management, and corporate social and environmental responsibility.

Discover here the Leaders League 2022 ranking of the fastest growing companies.

What is the Leaders League ?

The Leaders League is an international ratings and business services agency. It is also a media group specialising in press, sectoral market research and the organisation of international summits for business leaders.

The group publishes the leading executive magazine, Decideurs Magazine, as well as a collection of sectoral market research in French and English.
The magazine prints 16,000 copies and reaches an audience of 52,000 readers in France and abroad.

Leaders League specialises in producing rankings that cover the entire economic chain and provide an up-to-date and indispensable guide for navigating international markets.

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