Pixum (www.pixum.de) listed as the only online photo service among Germany’s fastest growing technology companies
Cologne, October 2007
On 10.10.2007, the 5th German “Deloitte Technology Fast 50” award ceremony took place. On this occasion, the 50 fastest growing technology companies are honoured for their outstanding entrepreneurial performance. The rank depends on the accumulated revenue growth rates of the past five years (2002-2006). For the first time, Europe’s leading online photo service Pixum also received a price as the only company in this line of business and scored position 35 out of 50.
Consequent strategy rewarded
With an average revenue growth of 343% over the past five years, Pixum (www.pixum.com) was among the top 50 of the prestigious German “Deloitte Technology Fast 50” program for the first time; a performance not achieved by any other online photo service.
Pixum currently provides its services for about 1.3 million registered users, 60% of which are from Germany, 40% from the rest of Europe. On www.pixum.com, the company offers its services in eight languages: English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.
Besides mail order product offers that range from photo printing to posters, canvas prints, photo books, individual photo gifts such as mugs, jigsaw puzzles, T-shirts and soft toys, Pixum offers its customers a comprehensive set of community services for free. These included online photo albums, photo sharing via Internet and e-mail, concepts for photo mobile users, blogs and much more.
Pixum founder and CEO Daniel Attallah assigns this success to the company’s strategy based on innovation, quality and customer service: “Since our foundation in the year 2000, we see ourselves as pioneer and motor of this new market. This is reflected in customer and revenue growth, but first of all in customer satisfaction and trust. This award makes me very proud, proud of the Pixum team and proud of our customers who are loyal towards us and keep us performing at a high level.”
Deloitte Technology has 3.400 employees and is one of the leading auditing and consulting companies in Germany. It is part of the global Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu network. The “Deloitte Technology Fast 50” award has its origins in the USA in 1995 and was celebrated for the fifth time in cooperation with the magazine Capital, the German Stock Exchange Deutsche Börse and the DVFA (German Investment Professionals Company) also in Germany in 2007.
More information about Pixum and this topic are available on www.pixum.co.uk.
Photos & Posters in professional quality (http://www.pixum.de/online-photo-print.html)
Photos simple, fast & low-priced (http://www.pixum.co.uk/digital-photo-printing.html)
Photobooks at Pixum (http://www.pixum.co.uk/photobook.html)
Gift ideas (http://www.pixum.co.uk/photo-gift-ideas.html)
France - Germany – Netherlands – Switzerland – Austria – Italy – Spain – Portugal - Denmark
Pixum (www.pixum.com) is one of the leading, independent providers of online photo services in Europe. In over 35 tests by special interest magazines and consumer protection organisations, Pixum scores the overall top position. The range of products comprises the professional printing of digital images as photos or posters (up to 20x30inch), creation of individual photo gift ideas such as mugs, jigsaw puzzles, T-shirts, soft toys etc., the printing of individual invitation cards and photo calendars as well as the printing and binding of high-quality photo books. Other free services are online photo albums and photo sharing via the Internet as well as offers for camera mobile phone users. On www.pixum.com, Pixum’s services are available in the languages English, French, Dutch, Danish, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and German. Delivery is possible within the whole of Europe. Pixum is a certified member of Trusted Shops and received the “Fast 50 Award” of Deloitte Technology, the magazine Capital, the German Stock Exchange Deutsche Börse and the DVFA (Investment Professionals Company) for the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Germany in October 2007.