SAN FRANCISCO, CA – March 8, 2018 – Stackla, the visual content engine for brands, is thrilled to announce that our nonprofit initiative, Stackla For Good, has been named by Fast Company as the 8th Most Innovative Company in Not-For-Profit for helping nonprofits reach and inspire supporters with our leading AI-powered user-generated content (UGC) platform.
“It’s truly an honor for Stackla for Good to be recognized by Fast Company, alongside this list of industry-leading organizations,” said Damien Mahoney, Co-Founder and CEO of Stackla. “We started Stackla For Good as a way to make our technology more accessible to those organizations that need it most, helping them amplify advocate voices, launch movements and promote action by harnessing the power of social content.”
Stackla For Good enables nonprofits around the world – like ACLU, No Kid Hungry, ONE and WWF – to discover, curate and showcase authentic advocate content seamlessly throughout all their marketing channels.
“This year’s MIC list is an inspiring and insightful window into how many companies have embraced innovation and are working to make meaningful change,” said Fast Company deputy editor David Lidsky, who oversaw the issue with senior editor Amy Farley.
The 50 Most Innovative Companies were curated from Fast Company‘s Top 10 lists, which recognize pioneering companies across 36 categories, from artificial intelligence to wellness. More than three dozen Fast Company editors, reporters, and contributors surveyed thousands of companies—many of which were identified by a new MIC submission process—to create these lists.
Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies issue (March-April 2018) is now available online at www.fastcompany.com/MIC, as well as in app form via iTunes and on newsstands.