Financial Times presents the fastest growing European companies in April 2017. The FT 1000 is a first edition of the special report compiled by the business newspaper in cooperation with Statista.de. It identifies the 1,000 European companies with the strongest growth in the years 2012 and 2015. As "growth champions" they are valued for their innovative power and strong growth as the driving force of the European economy in the 21st century. Financial Times stresses the performance of companies in terms of job creation and the maintenance of Europe's competitiveness.
Among the companies selected is miha bodytec, market leader and pioneer in the field of EMS training devices. Founded in 2007, the company, which is now celebrating its 10th anniversary, serves a sales structure of more than 30 countries with an export share of 75% of the sales volume. The miha bodytec is produced in Germany and exported all over the world from the 6000 sqm total area of the company headquarters in Gersthofen. In spring 2017, miha bodytec also opened a wholly owned subsidiary in the United Kingdom. The location in the London City will henceforth serve as the British sales center for the company.
Perfect functionality and high efficiency make miha bodytec interesting for a wide range of target groups and fields of application. The training with the miha bodytec is always offered with professional guidance and support and thus guarantees the highest effectiveness, visible and measurable results as well as enthusiastic customers. As a "device-supported personal training", it can be ideally integrated into existing facilities or as an independent solution stationary (EMS studio) or mobile.
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