- Nominations open
June 1 2022
- Nominations close
August 31 2022
- Winners Announced
November 24 2022
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When an outstanding idea
meets entrepreneurial spirit, it is often the beginning of a great success
story. With this year's 22nd Technology Fast 50 programme, Deloitte honors
fast-growing tech-companies that impress with breathtaking growth rates. The
ranking is a gateway for entrepreneurs and offers its winners access to
cooperations, capital and customers.
So take 15 minutes of your time and apply now!
Tap into a great business network consisting of not only fellow industry leaders, inspiring experts, but also top market players in Central Europe. Build powerful connections to become even more successful in your field!
The program provides recognition, positive media publicity, enhanced credibility and brand awareness in the eyes of potential business partners and investors, which is needed when you are looking to expand your business.
Build a solid relationship with Deloitte Industry Partners, opening up the opportunity for a long-term partnership and collaboration across the Deloitte network.
You will receive a "Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Award" media kit to integrate on your website and media channels.
company owns proprietary intellectual property or proprietary technology, which
is sold to customers in products that contribute to a majority of the company's
Your company’s proprietary technology contributes to a significant portion of the company's operating revenues.
Your company has been in business for at least four years. (founded on or prior to December 31, 2017)
Your business have base-year operating revenues of €50,000 in 2018, 2019, 2020 and a current year operating revenue (2021) of at least €100,000
Central European HQ
Your company is headquartered in Central Europe.
The main Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Central Europe category ranks 50 fast growing technology companies, public or private, based on percentage revenue growth over four years.
Fast 50 – Main category criterias
1. Be in business of a minimum 4 years – founded on or prior to December 31, 2017.
2. Own prioprietary intellectual or prioprietary technology, sold to customers in products that contribute to a majority of the company’s operating revenues.
3. Have base-year operating revenues of €50,000 in 2018, 2019, 2020 and a current year operating revenue (2021) of at least €100,000.
4. Be headquartered within Central Europe.
Companies to Watch
This Technology Fast 50 Central Europe subcategory recognizes companies that are too young to be listed in Fast 50, but are growing rapidly.
Companies to Watch – Subcategory Criterias
1. Be in business a minimum of 3 years – founded on or prior to December 31, 2018.
2. Own prioprietary intellectual property or prioprietary technology, sold to customers in products that contribute to a majority of the company’s operating revenues.
3. Have base-year operating revenues of minimum €10,000 (2019) and current year operating revenue of minimum €30,000 (2021).
4. Be headquartered within Central Europe.
The Impact Stars is a special classification of entities which successfully link great products/services with a positive impact on at least one of the following: society, business, innovativeness, environment and diversity.
Impact Stars – Special category criterias
The Impact Stars (IS) is a special category which recognizes a company which successfully links great products/services with a positive impact on at least one of the following: society, business, innovativeness, environment and diversity.
Impact Stars must:
1. Sell a product and/or a service that makes an impact in the one of the fields listed above.
2. Be headquartered within Central Europe.
Fast 50 – main category
Czech Republic’s FTMO, the record-breaking company at the top of the Fast 50 ranking itself, has developed a unique educational platform for traders on the financial markets that enables them to focus on risk management and disciplined trading to adopt best practice, avoid errors and reduce waste.
DRUID SA, Romania – with a growth rate of 6,753%, DRUID has created a no-code chatbot authoring platform that automates repetitive tasks to increase productivity while improving user experience. Its AI-driven virtual assistants can use more than 45 natural languages to take action on virtually any data or document request in an organisation’s technology ecosystem, so preventing external AI providers to interfere with sensitive company data.
Payhawk, Bulgaria – a payments platform enabling businesses to combine all their spending processes in one place, putting finance teams in full control while allowing employees access to secure and convenient spending methods.