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Deporvillage, the fastest growing sports ecommerce in Europe, according to the Financial Times

The FT1000 ranking comprises the companies with the highest growth in Europe between 2013 and 2016.


The Spanish ecommerce Deporvillage has been positioned as the online sports shop with the strongest growth in Europe, according to the ranking FT1000, developed by the Financial Times. The list includes the Top 1.000 companies in Europe that have achieved the highest percentage growth in revenues between 2013 and 2016. Among the ranking companies, technology has been the sector which drives the main growth.


Deporvillage has closed 2017 with 35 million euros in revenues, with a growth rate of 60%, after doubling revenues in 2016, hitting the 22 million euros. Consequently, the forecasts for the current year are positive, keeping the double-digit growth. The company has reached one million orders and is focused on consolidating the business in the European countries where has presence and preparing for the launch of its private brand.


Deporvillage shares the ranking with other three companies supported by SeedRocket, which are Marfeel Solutions (advertising; 16), Kantox (Fintech; 63) and Ulabox (ecommerce; 485). The complete list would be published in April 30th in the print edition of the Financial Times, as part of a special report titled “FT1000: Europe’s Fastest-Growing Companies “.

About Deporvillage

Founded in 2010 by Xavier Pladellorens and Àngel Corcuera, Deporvillage is now Spain’s leading online sports retailer and among the top in Europe. The website specialises in cycling, running, triathlon, swimming, gym and outdoor sports and currently offers more than 60,000 products from around 560 premium brands. Deporvillage has around 400,000 customers and the site has more than four million visits per month. Throughout its life, the company has received support from SeedRocket, being represented by David Tomás from CyberClick and the investor Cabiedes & Partners. Among its shareholders are other important Venture Capital figures, such as Samaipata in Spain and P101 in Italy, as well as Grupo Mediaset.