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Callsign Announced as a ‘Disruptor to Watch’ by the Sunday Times Fast Track 100


As part of The Sunday Times annual Fast Track 100 list, Callsign has been highlighted as one of ten ‘Disruptors to Watch’, an accolade previously held by the likes of Monzo, Babylon Health and PureGym.

The Disruptors list, now in its third year, is designed to shine a spotlight on British businesses from a variety of sectors to provide an overview of potentially disruptive businesses operating across the UK. The judging team included CEOs of the aforementioned Monzo, Babylon Health and PureGym, who were charged with whittling down the competition to decide on the final ten. To do so, they looked at a variety of factors, including each company’s disruptive potential, investor credibility, the management team, and the total investment raised to date.

In response to the accolade, Zia Hayat, CEO and Founder of Callsign commented, “We are thrilled and excited to have been included in the Disruptors to Watch list this year - being counted alongside the other nine fantastic businesses is a real honour.

“When I set out to form Callsign, it was my ambition to overhaul the identification industry and help tackle fraud head on for both businesses and consumers. Being included in the Disruptors list proves that the company is well on its way to achieving this goal and will help open more doors and provide a stepping stone for future success.”

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