We’re happy to announce that our company, Ten Square Games, took 1st place in the Lower Silesian region and 5th place (out of 7 thousand companies from Poland) in the annual national Diamond ranking of Forbes.
Forbes Diamonds are awarded to the most rapidly developing companies in the last three years of their activity. This evaluation is one of the hallmarks of the Polish edition of Forbes. It’s made in cooperation with the Bisnode business intelligence agency collecting, processing, and analyzing data in 18 countries for over 25 years, which guarantees a reliable research methodology.
Bisnode Polska collected data of companies that timely submitted reports for the period of 2018-2014 to the National Court Register (Krajowy Rejestr Sądowy). Based on this data, Bisnode Polska created a list of almost 7 thousand companies with high current liquidity and no payment arrears that were granted a positive assessment of credibility and cooperation risk. Companies meeting these conditions had to demonstrate a positive financial result and equity value.
“We are happy that our efforts bring positive results, and the company values accompany everyday work. We want TSG to be a friendly and professional place, focused on developing passion and project completion. We started in Wrocław, Poland, in a 10m2 area and have grown to a business that’s among the biggest Polish gaming companies. We’re developing rapidly and setting up ambitious goals. The consistent implementation of our plans has brought us to the point we are today. In the future, we want to become a diversified platform that will keep working towards and developing in different directions – not only simulation games. The pipeline of our new games has never been so broad – we’re entering the global phase of testing with new products. Moreover, this year we’ve started another project by opening a studio in Warsaw, and we still have some ideas for more.
Such rewards confirm that what we’ve accomplished so far has positive outcomes and drives us to keep going” – comments Maciej Zużałek, CEO of TSG.