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Holoplot earns spot on World’s Most Innovative Companies list

Holoplot earns spot on World’s Most Innovative Companies list

Holoplot earns spot on World’s Most Innovative Companies list

Holoplot has been named by Fast Company as one of the “World’s Most Innovative Companies of 2024”, alongside other global companies including OpenAI, YouTube and Beyonce’s Parkwood Entertainment. This year, Fast Company’s editors and writers identified the companies driving progress around the world and across industries to create the list that reflects their innovations and achievements.

“Being named as an innovator by Fast Company and joining such a prestigious list of companies is a true testament to the impact of our work and the wider recognition of what that means for society,” remarked Holoplot CEO, Roman Sick. “Having a tech company like ours included in the ‘music’ category is also a statement as to how technology can elevate art beyond just sound reproduction and become a creative tool in its own right.”

Holoplot technology is based on intelligent software that offers sound control capabilities for users in varying acoustic environments. Its applications range from the Sphere in Las Vegas, to intimate venues such as Off-Broadway’s Atlantic Theatre and immersive exhibitions at Lightroom in London and Seoul, as well as corporate events and product launches. The Holoplot Matrix Array delivers high-fidelity audio for the entire audience while also offering an immersive toolkit to create creative effects.

“Our list of the Most Innovative Companies is both a comprehensive look at the innovation economy and a snapshot of the business trends that defined the year,” commented Fast Company editor-in-chief, Brendan Vaughan. “We saw extraordinary innovation across the board in 2023, but we also saw a handful of clear patterns: the growing footprint and impact of AI, the triumphant return of live events and great leaps forward in climate tech. We face daunting challenges on many fronts, but the solutions we celebrate in MIC give me plenty of hope about the future.”

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