LONDON, September 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Webjam, ( a provider of engaging software for enterprise social media, today announced its top 100 position in this year's Tech Media Invest Top 100 ( ) list, in association with The Guardian, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Kemp Little.

The Tech Media Invest Top 100 (TMI) is a list of today's hottest and most innovative emerging companies in the ever converging tech and media industries. The TMI Advisory Board deployed a detailed process to whittle down a pool of eligible, promising companies to get to the top 100 winners. Evaluations were made on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as financial performance, innovation, management, global strategy, and ecosystem integration.

Yann Motte, Co-Founder and CEO of Webjam, was thrilled with the title: Our innovative and pragmatic approach to enterprise social media have brought measurable benefits to many organisations, and I'm glad that our team effort has been recognised by the Tech Media Invest (TMI) Advisory Board - which consists of some of the UK's most experienced investors in modern technology and media.

The Tech Media Invest 100 aims to showcase high-growth companies that are developing innovative ways to serve business and consumers, and have the potential to radically change the shape of the technology and media industry.

About Webjam

Webjam helps companies to connect with their customers and employees by providing them with easy, affordable solutions for social publishing and engagement. Our clients manage their own branded and customisable social media environment in which content is created and shared easily, communities grow naturally and social media networks integrate seamlessly.

Founded in 2006 and based in London, Webjam is a Guardian Tech Media 100 company and its platform is being used across a variety of sectors, from the world's largest media and directory companies, to consumer brands and professional organisations. Our corporate customers include IPC Media, Random House (the largest publisher of English language books), JWT (part of WPP, one of the world's largest advertising agencies), Yamaha Music and Make Your Mark.

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CONTACT: Press Contacts: Marc Campman, Marketing Director, Webjam, Tel:+44-7545-328-921, Skype: marc Campman, Email:;Luica Mak, PR Consultant, Tel: +44-790-547-1332, Email: