Technology Fast 50 Central Europe 2017

Technology Fast 50
Central Europe

Technology Fast 50 is a programme that recognises and profiles the fastest growing public or private technology companies in Central Europe.

Technology Fast 50 Central Europe 2017
Technology Fast 50 Central Europe 2017

The application period is now closed

Stay tuned for the results announced on October 12, 2017.

  • Why apply?

  • Who can apply?

Recognition as a Deloitte Technology Fast 50 winner provides increased, national visibility, brand recognition, and growth opportunities for your company. We understand that it takes passion, dedication, and innovation to join this elite group of the fastest-growing technology companies, and being recognized as a Fast 50 winner helps propel your
company even further.

Strategic and brainstorming sessions offered by Deloitte and its Partners exclusively for the winners to further expand their business and build quality business relationships

Enhanced credibility and brand awareness in the eyes of potential business partners, investors, clients and employees

Instant nomination for the Deloitte Fast 500 EMEA where you get the chance to gain broader audience outside Central Europe

Chance to win the Most Disruptive Innovation award in Central Europe

Positive local and regional media publicity

Companies eligible for the Programme are active in the following industry sectors:


  • Semiconductor & other components
  • Computers & peripherals
  • Networking equipment
  • Mobile devices


  • Business applications
  • Data & information management
  • IT management
  • Security


  • Mobile
  • Fixed-line
  • Internet and cloud service providers


  • Advertising and Marketing
  • E-Commerce
  • Digital media

Life Sciences

  • Biotech
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Clinical trials

Clean Technology

  • Energy
  • Renewables
  • Machinery
  • Zero Emission Vehicles

Fast 50 programme categories

Fast 50

The Fast 50 is the main category of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Central Europe. It recognizes and profiles the 50 fastest-growing companies in the region based on the revenue growth over four years (2013-2016).

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Big 5

The Big 5 is a special category which recognizes those technology companies which are too big to compete in growth rates with smaller companies participating in the main Fast 50 ranking but are still growing at a rapid pace for their size.

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Rising Stars

The Rising Stars is a special category which recognizes high-growth companies who are too young to be listed in the Fast 50 main ranking but are already growing rapidly.

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Most Disruptive Innovation

The newest addition to the Programme is a special award for the ‘Most Disruptive Innova- tion’ which recognizes a company that develops a unique and innovative product or provides services that have a revolutionary impact on the market. Only one winner will be selected based on an assessment by an independent jury.

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Detailed eligibility criteria

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Technology Fast 50 Central Europe 2017

Key dates

  • May 17th, 2017 through 31st July, 2017

  • August 1st, 2017 through September 31st, 2017

  • October 12th, 2017

Application period

If your company fulfils the entry criteria and you would like to participate in the Technology Fast 50 Central Europe programme, please submit your application via our online form.

Verification period

Deloitte Central Europe verifies submissions and compiles the ranking. We will be in touch with all applicants.

Results announced

Stay tuned for publication of the official results for 2017.

2016 edition


applications from innovative companies


growth compared to the previous edition


average growth


largest growth

First place in the 2016 ranking went to the Polish tech marketing hub and software business Codewise, whose amazing four-year growth rate of 13,052% eclipsed the still highly impressive 4,555% it recorded in 2015 when winning the Rising Stars award.

CodiLime, a software company took 2nd place. Third place
in the ranking was awarded to Czech IT services company Dataspring, with its three-year growth rate of 3,129%. Slovakia’s JUMP soft was fourth (1,965%) and fifth place was claimed by another software business, NSoft (1,760%).

Get in touch

For more information, or in case of any questions about Deloitte Technology Fast 50
in Central Europe, please feel free to reach out to us.

Meet the programme leaders

Magdalena Burnat-Mikosz

Magda is an undisputed authority in the field of R&D process management and innovation strategy. For years she has been supporting companies in identifying, building and managing innovative processes and evolving their business development strategies. Magda is an editor and co-author of various reports and publications, among others devoted to supportting R&D activities and other incentives.

Agnieszka Zielińska

Agnieszka first joined Deloitte Financial Advisory Team in 2005. She has financial audit background. Agnieszka is responsible for managing due diligence, agreed upon procedures and SPA advisory projects. Agnieszka has broad experience in supporting PE houses and sector investors.

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