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YuppTV enters Red Herring’s top 100 global list

MUMBAI: OTT platform YuppTV has been included in Red Herring’s top 100 global list.

Among the top 100 companies in the world, YuppTV was recognised as a disruptor in the volatile media and entertainment industry.

The list identifies and honours the leading private companies from North America, Europe and Asia.

YuppTV founder and CEO Uday Reddy said, “When we were recognised as one of the top 100 North American companies earlier this year, we were absolutely thrilled with the distinction especially given that there were so many great companies. However, to have been selected as one of the top 100 global companies really confirms our belief that we have a service that our customers love and that so many new customers around the world will want.”

Red Herring CEO and publisher Alex Vieux said, “Choosing the companies with the strongest potential was by no means a small feat. After rigorous contemplation and discussion, we narrowed our list down from hundreds of candidates from across the globe to the top 100 winners. We believe YuppTV embodies the vision, drive and innovation that define a successful entrepreneurial venture. YuppTV should be proud of its accomplishment.”

Red Herring’s top 100 global list identifies promising new companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring editors were among the first to recognise that companies like Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, Skype, Salesforce.com, YouTube and eBay would change the way we live and work.

Red Herring’s editorial staff evaluated the companies on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, technology innovation, management quality, strategy, and market penetration. This assessment of potential is complemented by a review of the records of accomplishment and standing of start-ups relative to their peers.