Technology Fast 500™ Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA)
The 2014 Winners
Combining technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth, Technology Fast 500 companies — large, small, public, and private — span a variety of industry sectors, and are transforming the way business is done today.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA is now in its fourteenth year, and it includes over 20 countries including Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland, Italy, UK, France, Germany and Turkey.
The Overall Winner
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) has announced its rankings of the 500 fastest-growing technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) companies across EMEA. France’s WEEZEVENT, secured first place in the 2014 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA program, marking this the third consecutive time that a French company has been the overall winner
With over 37,000 event organisers already using its services, WEEZEVENT is considered the premium online event ticketing solution in France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium and Québec, offering event organisers a simple and seamless online platform to create their event ticket requirements. Over the last five years, WEEZEVENT has registered revenue growth of an astounding 43,202 percent.
Technology Fast 500 EMEA Full Ranking List
The Technology Fast 500 EMEA top ten are listed below. For the full ranking list please download the PDF.
|Top 10 ranked companies 2014|
|Company||Country||Five-year revenue growth||Sector|
|Israel||33244 %||Semiconductor, Components and Electronics|
Goodgame Studios / Altigi GmbH
|Israel||17773%||Semiconductor, Components and Electronics|
DOLPHIN GROUP ASA
Technology Fast 500 EMEA Press Release
Overall, France remains the most represented country for a fourth consecutive year, followed by the United Kingdom and Sweden, whilst Israeli companies comprise five of the top ten fastest growing technology companies on the list.
The software sector represented 42 percent of the overall rankings on this year’s EMEA Fast 500, followed by the Internet sector with 21 percent. Rounding out the sector list was Telecommunications/Networking (13 percent), Semiconductors/Components/Electronics (7 percent), Biotech/Pharmaceutical/Medical Equipment (7 percent), Greentech (5 percent), Media/Entertainment (3 percent), and Computers/Peripherals (2 percent).
Download the press release for further insights