Life360, Inc. (ASX:360), the leading safety and coordination service for families across the globe, today announced that it has been recognized in Financial Times’ (FT’s) inaugural list of The Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies 2020. The company ranked 36th in the technology category and 125th overall on the list of the 500 fastest-growing companies.
“Being recognized by Financial Times is an honor and it reflects the tireless work our team has put into becoming an invaluable part of daily life for families,” said Chris Hulls, CEO of Life360. “We will maintain our momentum and continue to strive for achieving our larger vision of redefining how safety is delivered to families around the world.”
The Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies list comprises the enterprises that contribute most heavily to economic growth in North America, Central America, and South America; 500 firms were selected for this first annual ranking. The 500 companies received this recognition based on their Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), which was calculated using revenue information the companies shared with Statista’s research team.
“The inaugural FT Americas ranking comes at a perilous and uncertain time for many companies, as the coronavirus severely curtails economies, workforces and ultimately growth,” said Maxine Kelly, Commissioning Editor at Financial Times. “Yet the ranking also highlights 500 businesses across the continent for whom innovation and creativity have paid off — attributes that will underpin resilience and enable many of them to thrive once the worst effects of the pandemic are behind them.”
The full report featuring case studies and analysis from this year’s ranking will be published in Financial Times print and online on May 12.
Life360 operates a platform for today’s busy families, bringing them closer together by helping them better know, communicate with and protect the people they care about most. The company’s core offering, the Life360 mobile app, is a market leading app for families, with features that range from communications to driving safety and location sharing. Life360 is based in San Francisco and has more than 27 million MAU located in more than 140 countries.
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