LemonQuest in the European Red Herring's Top 100
Malta, April 24th, 2008 –
LemonQuest has been included in the Red Herring`s “European Top 100”, the leader weekly magazine in the new technological business field. This prize is awarded every year to the 100 most important tecnological private companies in EMEA . In the last editions, highly recognized companies such as Google, Yahoo!, Skype, eBay, Salesforce.com or YouTube were also awarded.
LemonQuest, which took part into a round table along with Red Herring to discuss about the future of gaming, achieves a high recognition of its activity and relevance in an international level, positioning itself as a company at the forefront of new technologies and innovation.
To award this prize, Red Herring subjects hundreds of companies to a rigorous financial analysis, and carries as well a study that includes such different subjective aspects as the leadership abilities, strategy effectiveness and research and development dedication of every company.
“It is a big honour for LemonQuest to have been awarded this prize despite the high level of all the companies that have participated”, reported Ignacio Cavero, CEO and President at LemonQuest. “Europe is becoming a world wide leader in cutting-edge technological innovations, and at LemonQuest we are very proud of being part of this process”, added Cavero.
Red Herring is a weekly magazine focused on the business of funding, building, and taking new technologies to market. It also sponsors a number of conferences designed to bring venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and technologists together. It is headquartered in Belmont, California, midway between San Francisco and Silicon Valley, with bureaus in Bangalore, Beijing, and Paris. The print title was relaunched in late 2004 under publisher Alex Vieux and editor-in-chief Joel Dreyfuss.