Yellow is Recognised as One of the Top 1000 Global Service Providers for 2020
We are truly happy to be officially featured as a leading company in Clutch’s 2020 report!
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Here at Yellow, our team is proud to announce that we are recognized as one of the 1000 global leading service providers. Clutch, the B2B ratings and reviews platform, rates agencies by all the verified data received from clients of companies listed on their site. This ensures that the rankings on Clutch are as transparent and fair as possible. The Clutch 1000 is the most exclusive award that represents only 1% of companies listed on the site. That’s why being named among the top service providers on the global scale means so much to us.
“It's a true honor for us to have been chosen a 2020 Clutch 1000 company! Our team wants to thank our clients, who made this possible, and all of the Clutch Team for admitting our work to the international market. This award proves that we put our hearts and souls into what we do every day. Thank you so much!" — Mitya Smusin, Founder of Yellow
We are extremely thankful to our happy customers for allowing Clutch to recognize us!
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