THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Moravia is among Europe’s 1000 fastest-growing companies, according to a new ranking from the UK-based Financial Times (FT), one of the world’s leading English-language business and economic newspapers.

Released on April 7, the list is the first time the FT, in partnership with Statista, has identified the 1000 European companies with the strongest growth records. Rankings were based on revenue and percentage of growth over a three-year period from 2012 through 2015, and all companies had to be headquartered in one of 31 European countries.

Moravia ranks #708 on FT’s inaugural list, reflecting a 131 percent growth rate over the three-year cycle and €121,074 million in revenues for the 2015 fiscal year. Moravia’s compounded annual growth rate was also 32.3 percent over the same measurement period.

Tomas Kratochvil, Moravia Chief Executive Officer, said the ranking is a testament to the company’s commitment to rapid growth and scalability without compromising on quality and innovation.  

«It’s one thing to grow quickly over a short time frame, but all-too-often it happens by sacrificing your level of client service,» Kratochvil said. «But Moravia’s client-centric approach is the very backbone of our growth strategy, and we believe it’s the primary reason we’ve grown so rapidly—and will continue to grow and innovate—in the years ahead.»

Moravia’s services address the complex localization demands of leading global brands and fast-growing companies, primarily in the IT and Life Sciences industry sectors. Moravia partners with its clients to succeed in global markets by adapting or sometimes recreating the client’s content to meet the specific linguistic, technical and cultural expectations of customers in each target market.

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About Moravia

Moravia  is a leading globalization solution provider, enabling companies in the information technology, e-learning, travel and life sciences industries to enter global markets with high-quality multilingual products. (


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