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Fast Company Announces 2013 Ranking of World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies

The Fast Company annual list of the world’s Top 50 Most Innovative Companies is out again! The 2013’s issue honors leading businesses including Apple, Amazon, Google and Target along with such rising newcomers as Square, Fab and Tumblr.

innovationThis Most Innovative Companies list isn’t simply a ranking; it is constructed to represent the state of innovation in our economy, featuring the businesses whose innovations are having the greatest impacts across their industries and our culture as a whole.

The huge surprise of the year is Nike that ranks No. 1 following the release of two major innovations, FuelBand and Flyknit technology, and a culture of true believers. Just Following Nike, Amazon ranks No. 2 for speeding up the delivery of change, and Square ranks No. 3 for spreading the mobile payments revolution.

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Notable on this year’s list: the absence of social media giants Facebook and Twitter. “Neither produced innovations worth celebrating,” the magazine explains in an accompanying article.
In the history of our list, fewer than one-third of the companies return from one year to the next. This year, only seven are consecutive honorees, an indication of how more companies in more corners of the world are innovating to seek a competitive edge, with the stakes only getting higher.”

Next year, we hope to find NAJMTEK in that list of Innovative companies for its new product UBOOK that will change your life!

Fast Company‘s Most Innovative Companies issue is available online at www.fastcompany.com/MIC as well as in app form via iTunes.

 
 
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