Tech Track 100

One recent use of this company’s technology was to help audiences of a popular German TV show, Galileo, express their opinions in real time on a range of matters related to the spread of Covid-19. Founded in 2003 by Tom McDonnell, 42, Igor Loboda, 45, and Simon Brickle, 50, the company creates apps and digital products designed to engage TV and sports fans with features such as voting, trivia and augmented reality. It works with brands, broadcasters and rights holders including EA Sports, Viacom and the Jockey Club. Sales hit £10.3m this year, helped by deals with high-profile shows such as ITV’s Love Island.

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Company details
Year2020
Rank39
CompanyMonterosa
ActivityAudience interaction platform
LocationCentral London
Average 3 year sales growth88.77%
Latest sales £000s*10,325
Staff80
Founded2003
Websitewww.monterosa.co.uk

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