Flybits gains international recognition across growth, culture, and innovation in 2020

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Despite a difficult year for the financial services industry, Flybits announces a successful year of growth and recognition

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It is a true testament to the strength of Flybits and our team, to achieve these awards and maintain stability and growth in what was one of the toughest years on record to impact the financial services industry

Flybits, the leading customer experience platform for the financial services sector, announces a successful year of international growth and recognition, despite a difficult year resulting from the pandemic which severely impacted the industry.

Most recently, Barclays Entrepreneur Awards has named Flybits a Highly Commended company, in its Rise FinTech Company of the Year Award. This recognition celebrates exceptional organizations that drive industry and society forward through innovation and achievement. Over the past year, Flybits was also recognized by the Globe and Mail as one of Canada’s top 100 boldest innovators in its $10M-$25M growth category. We were also a gold winner in The University of Waterloo’s Next Generation Employment Innovation Award, for supporting and training upcoming talent.

“It is a true testament to the strength of Flybits and our team, to achieve these awards and maintain stability and growth in what was one of the toughest years on record to impact the financial services industry,” said Hossein Rahnama, Flybits founder and CEO. “We are honoured to have shared the stage with so many other incredible, inspirational leaders and organizations who are advancing the global digital economy and creating positive change in the world.”

In 2020, Flybits received a certification as a Great Place to Work™ and Women TechNetwork awarded Flybits Chief of Staff, Sauvnish Bains, with a silver HR Program Manager Award for her efforts in contributing to Diversity and Inclusion within the workplace.

In recent years, Flybits has experienced rapid growth and success, having secured over $55 million in funding, achieving a three-year revenue growth of 728%, and most recently creating an advisory board to elevate the role of financial institutions in the new data economy.

The Flybits team looks forward to a strong year ahead having made significant investments in intellectual property and R&D, to improve its competitiveness and continue its growth trajectory in 2021.

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