Anthropics Technology receives industry accolade

Anthropics Technology Named In 2009 Tech Media Invest Top 100

Anthropics Technology, maker of the world-leading Portrait Professional photo-editing software, is delighted to announce that it has been selected in the 2009 Tech Media Invest Top 100 list, as revealed in the Guardian newspaper www.guardian.co.uk/tech-media-invest-100 recognising the hottest emerging and most innovative companies in the technology and media industries.

The list is decided on by Europe-Unlimited, Europe’s leading event organisers for investors and technology companies, from a pool of hundreds of firms. The expert judges rated companies on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, innovation, management, global strategy, and ecosystem integration.

Anthropics Technology CEO Andrew Berend commented:

“At Anthropics Technology, we pride ourselves on creating some of the most exciting new products available in the global imaging industry today. It is therefore very satisfying to be recognised for our innovation and potential by experts in the field.”

Anthropics Technology will now go on to attend the Tech Media Invest 2009 event on October 1st at the Emirates Stadium, London.

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