Deloitte Romania Open the application For 23rd An edition of the TechnologyFast 50 Central Europe Competition for large and small local companies in the technology sector, both public and private, with accelerating growth. It provides both established and emerging technology companies with a platform to emphasize their leading position in the field of activity and provides 17 other Central European countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia and the Czech Republic. , Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia.
Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Central Europe is a program that ranks 50 fast-growing technology companies based on revenue growth over the last four years: Communications, Environmental Technology, FinTech, Hardware, Healthcare, Includes all relevant industry sectors such as life sciences and media. And entertainment, software.
This year’s winners will be selected by ranking their revenue growth rates from 2018 to 2021. To be considered in the CE Fast 50 main ranking, a company must meet several financial criteria. Therefore, the enterprise will have an annual revenue of at least 50,000 euros in the first three years (2018-2020) and at least 100,000 euros in 2021, headquartered in Central European countries, its own intellectual property or its own. You need to own the technology.
“”Romanian and European economies have recently faced increasing turmoil, and I am convinced that all these events have inspired local businesses to innovate and develop digital technologies that help them overcome their financial challenges. increase. For these companies, the Deloitte Central Europe Technology Fast 50 Program is an opportunity to adapt to current challenges and confirm their involvement in the continued development of the latest solutions for the future. “ Andrei Ionescu, Partner, Consulting and Risk Advisory, Deloitte Romania, Local Leader of Technology Fast 50 Central Europe Competition, said.
Since 2008, more than 35 local companies have been included in the 50 fastest growing companies in Central Europe or have been honored in special categories such as “Most Destructive Innovation” and “Impact Star”. Among them are UiPath, the world leader in robotic process automation, and one of the Romanian companies that won the 2017 “Most Destructive Innovation” award, travel agency Vola.ro, “the biggest growth in Central Europe. Was awarded. The holder of the first position in 2011 and the next two consecutive years. In 2021, two Romanian companies were recognized by the Deloitte CE Fast 50 program as one of the fastest growing start-ups in the region. 2018 and 2020, and FintechOS, ranking 16th In the same category, it has a growth rate of 715%. In addition, three Romanian companies (Gama IT, Tapptitude Apps and Wave Studio) were honored by the Impact Star Award-winning Deloitte 2021CE Technology Fast50 program.
“High speed 50 inches Category, competition is “Notable companies “ The category shows companies that have not yet met the criteria for the main Fast 50 ranking, but have been in business for at least 3 years (established before December 31, 2018) and have been operating in the base year. .. Revenue of at least 10,000 euros (2019) and operating revenue of at least 30,000 euros (2021) this year. The contest has a special recognition. “Impact Star” Categories recognize companies that have successfully made outstanding products and services have a positive impact on society, business, innovation, the environment and diversity.
Online application and eligibility criteria can be found on the local TechnologyFast50 website. hereAnd on the local website, here.. Citi, the world’s leading bank this year, is a local partner in this contest.
The application procedure is completed August 31, 2022. Ranking results will be announced in November 2022.
Available to historic winners here..
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