Payoneer’s own medal ceremonies: Inc. 5000 and the Stevie Awards
This has been a magnificent week for Payoneer! We’ve received not one, but two incredibly meaningful awards.
First – for the fourth year in a row – Payoneer has made the Inc. 5000’s list! The list highlights the fastest-growing private companies in the US; the companies that are listed have, on average, seen five-fold growth over the last three years. Incredibly, Payoneer has moved 16 spots up on the list from 2015, showing that growth has increased even further from last year! As a nominee, Payoneer joins an impressive roster which includes Microsoft, Intuit, GoPro, and newcomers like Square and Dollar Shave Club.
Second, not to be outdone by the Olympics, Payoneer received our own Bronze Medal for Financial Services Company of the Year last Thursday! The 2016 International Business Awards, held by the Stevie® Award organization, had over 3,800 company nominations. Payoneer received the Bronze award for Company of the Year – Financial Services, in the large companies category. One IBA judge remarked that Payoneer “knew the key elements needed to grow fast in the market, and used it wisely in expanding their markets and revenue generation”. Another noted that “the ability to maintain growth in a regulated environment is impressive.”
Scott Galit, CEO of Payoneer noted, “We are incredibly proud that Payoneer has been recognized with these awards. To not only be included on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list for the fourth year in a row, but also to see our ranking move up from last year is really exciting. Our focus on our customers is what drives our growth and that is also what won over the judges of the International Business Award. As Payoneer continues to innovate and serve our customers around the world, we look forward to making this an annual tradition.”
Payoneer thanks the judges, and of course, our incredible customers and employees that have helped us grow and get stronger by the year. We will continue doing everything we can to better serve our customers.