We are featured in the Saturday edition of The Dutch Financial Times (Het Financieele Dagblad). The leading newspaper shares the story and idea behind the Algorithm Factory and our continuous growth.
The newspaper also zooms in how our culture creates our success and how, as a small company, we take the challenge to grow internationally from multiple locations from the start and still manage to feel connected on a personal level. Last but not least, there is a verdict of an independent investor.
By Carly Caswell, Customer Success Manager at Widget Brain
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