Now in its twelfth year, the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is a program that recognises and profiles Australian technology companies, public or private, that have achieved the fastest rates of annual revenue growth (based on percentage revenue growth over the last three years).
The Australian program is part of the global Deloitte Technology Fast 500 program run in parallel with the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands, Germany, Central Europe, Israel, South Africa, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.
Deloitte Technology Fast 50 winners receive exposure and recognition from media and industry and become part of an exclusive network of high performing technology companies. The program is supported by forums, events, newsletters and seminars- available to all entrants - which will help you to grow your business.
|Australian small business missing out on digitally-led growth: Deloitte Access Economics
Small businesses that are highly engaged with the web are two times more likely to be growing and earn two times more revenue per employee than those with low engagement. Yet more than 35% of small businesses in Australia use virtually no internet at all.Read more.
|Deloitte Australia Technology Fast 50, 2012 Winners’ report
2012 winner, brandsExclusive (Australia) Pty Ltd is one of the fastest-growing fashion websites in the country and is the market leader in the private shopping club segment, with the highest number of unique visitors per month. Find out who else made the Top 50. Read more.
|Deloitte Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500, 2012 Winners' report
2012 overall winner Procrystal Technology of Taiwan, achieved 10,028% revenue growth over the last three years. The company attributes its success to a combination of strong research and development, steady organic growth and clear differentiation from competitors in offering a one-stop shop service across its product lines. Read more.
|Silicon Beach - a study of the Australian Startup ecosystem
Find out more about this study which compares Australian tech startups with those in the Silicon Valley and New York. Read more
|Should the R&D tax incentive be on your RaDar?
Innovation, be it in the form of a new or improved product or even a brand new business model, has fuelled the growth of many of our Technology Fast 50 entrants, and is now seen as a key driver of company growth globally. Read more