The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Central Europe is a program that involves 50 fast-growing technology firms, based on percentage sales growth over four, public or private, years and covers all relevant sectors of the industry: communications, fintech, hardware, healthcare, and environmental technology, technology, life sciences, media, and entertainment.
What company can receive the Deloitte award?
Ranking applications sent directly to the Technology Department are collected from Fast 50 interactive questionnaires. Technology Fast 50 recipients of awards the percentage for 2020 in Central Europe is calculated based on the fiscal year sales increase from 2016 to 2019. Both public and private corporations are included in the list.
To enter the Fast 500 EMEA Programme, businesses need to register through the local country program (i.e., Technology Fast 50 Central Europe). In case of applying for the Deloitte Technology Fast program, please note that 500 EMEA, a company needs to have base-year operating revenues of EUROS 50,000 (2016) and a current year (2019) operating revenue of at least EUROS 1,000,000 (EUROS 100,000 in 2019 are Fast 50 CE requirements).
Rising Star competition in Deloitte
The key is sales opportunity instead of revenue growth in this group. A pitch and a well-developed business plan are used to make all applications. A panel of independent experts evaluates each entry from the technology sector, and a choice is made according to scalability, experience, competence in the leadership team, and up-and-coming development. The Rising Star award is presented to the fastest-growing companies in these sectors:
- Clean Technology
- Life Sciences.
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