UpCloud was recognised by Talouselämä, the largest Nordic weekly business magazine by circulation.
Talouselämä carried out its annual study into the most promising new companies Finland has to offer. This study cuts through the hype and looks at real metrics such as revenue growth and the company’s potential going forward. Each year, the magazine highlights 20 companies as the year’s most likely future promises across different industries.
UpCloud was selected to be on list by a 7 judges, who represented investors, government organisations, media and the private sector.
Being recognised by the leading business weekly in Finland, a country that created the likes of Rovio and Supercell, it’s obvious that we are truly excited of the merit!
UpCloud in a nutshell
UpCloud is a European cloud hosting company offering the world’s fastest cloud servers on an hourly-billed infrastructure-as-a-service for most business critical customers, and is used by organizations such as the Finnish Ministry of Justice and renowned growth companies such as Cabforce and LeadDesk.
UpCloud was formed by a group of like-minded thinkers who saw a clear opportunity to defy mediocrity: to become a cloud infrastructure company that would outperform every existing company on the market.
Currently, the company provides services from eight data centres around the world, based in the UK, the USA, Netherlands, Germany, Singapore and Finland.
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