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2016 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Australia

Nominations open to Friday 30 September 2016

Nominations now closed for the 2016 Technology Fast 50 Australia. Keep an eye out for winners announcements in November to see who has joined the ranks of Australia’s leading technology companies.

Deloitte Tech Fast 50 Australia

    2016 nomination categories

    Nominations can be made for the following Deloitte Technology Fast 50 categories if each of the categories criterion are met:

    Category:  Technology Fast 50

    • Is a technology company defined as:
      - Producing technology
      - Manufacturing technology-related products
      - Be technology intensive, or use unique technology to solve problems
      - Devoting a significant proportion of operating revenues to research & development of technology.
    • Has been in business for a minimum of three years
    • The company must be Australian owned and headquartered in Australia. Subsidiaries or divisions of overseas companies are not eligible (unless they have some Australian public ownership and trade separately).
    • Operating revenues must be at least $50,000 in 2014
    • Must have total cumulative operating revenues of $8 million during the last three operating years. For example, a technology company will qualify if its revenue for the year ended June 2014 was $105,000 and its year-end revenue for June 2015 and June 2016 were $2.5 million and $5.5 million, respectively.

    (Note: Companies with operating revenues of less than $8 million over the last four operating years may still qualify for the regional Asia-Pacific Technology Fast 500 program)

    Category: Rising Star

    Awarded to companies that meet all of the main Technology Fast 50 criteria, but have not yet been trading for three years.

    The nomination process for the Rising Star award is the same nomination process as the Technology Fast 50 award. The only difference is that the Rising Star applicants will not have three years worth of verified financial data and do not meet the $8 million revenue threshold.

    Category: Leadership

    • Must be a technology company, which is defined as:
      - Producing technology
      - Manufacturing technology-related products
      - Be technology intensive, or use unique technology to solve problems
      - Devoting a significant proportion of operating revenues to research & development of technology.
    • Must have been in business for a minimum of three years
    • The company must be Australian owned and headquartered in Australia. Subsidiaries or divisions of overseas companies are not eligible (unless they have some Australian public ownership and trade separately).
    • Operating revenues must be at least $50,000 in 2014
    • Must have operating revenues in excess of $50 million in 2016. For example, a technology company will qualify if its revenue for the year ended June 2014 was $10 million and its year-end revenue for June 2016 was $60 million.
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