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Last Call: Board the Technology Fast 50, we depart on 31 July

Have you applied for the competition for the fastest growing technology companies? You have a chance until the end of July, after that date, you will not be able to board the 19th edition. So do not miss the opportunity, read the most important information about the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 competition and the benefits that arise from being part of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Central Europe.


FOR WHOM IS THE COMPETITION INTENDED? The following categories can apply for all rankings of the Technology Fast 50: Hardware, Software, Media, Communications, Pharmaceuticals, Hi-tech, Nanotechnology or Medical Technology.

WHY SHOULD I APPLY? You can compare your strengths with other international competitors; become one of the fastest growing technology companies in Central Europe. You have a great chance to automatically get in the next Deloitte ranking among the 500 fast-growing companies in the EMEA region. By participating in the competition, you can make your company, product or service more visible, your possibilities abroad will broaden and you will join the ranks of companies where the best talents want to work.

HOW TO APPLY? Simply via this link, where you will also find detailed qualifying criteria. However, do not forget that you can only apply until 31 July 2018, by midnight. Then the doors of this edition will be irrevocably closed.

Board the Technology Fast 50 competition, deadline is on July 2018. Sign up today!

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO APPLY? Just what you normally have as a company. In addition to basic information and a description of what you do we will need the financial statements for 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014, if you apply for the main category Fast 50. For the Rising Star category, we will only need the financial statements for 2017, 2016 and 2015. For detailed information, please see this brochure, the online application form will guide you through all the necessary steps to complete the application successfully.

HOW ARE THE COMPANIES EVALUATED? They are evaluated according to the revenues reported in the financial statements. Based on the results, the ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Central Europe, including the Czech Republic, will be prepared. The Deloitte International Jury then selects, among others, also the prize for the most disruptive innovation; last year, the Czech company Idea Statica was among the top ten.

THE COMPETITION HAS BEEN HELD FOR THE NINETEENTH TIME, ARE THERE ANY CHANGES THIS YEAR? There were no changes in the registration criteria nor in the main competition categories, but two new awards have been added. The first award is for a product or service that has a positive impact on society and/or the environment. Special award can be obtained by companies whose product or service contributes to at least one of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 2030 (SDG). The second is the ranking of software companies announced especially for the Czech Republic.

WHAT WILL PARTICIPATION IN THE RANKINGS BRING YOU? You will be more visible on the market, you will strengthen awareness about your company and about what you do and you will get an opportunity for further growth. The competition is accompanied by a lot of publicity in the Czech Republic as well as abroad, so you can attract new talents. By comparing your strengths to other international competitors, you understand what your position is and therefore it is easier for you to get access to finances and a strong partner who can help you overcome the dangers or move forward. There are many advantages, one of them is the fact the participation in the competition is free.

WHEN WILL YOU KNOW THE RESULT? You will know on 11 October 2018, when we will announce the list of the fastest growing technology companies.

Do not miss your chance to become one of the fastest growing technology companies in Central Europe, be like or Prusa Research, who ranked first in the top three and in the top ten Fast 500 EMEA ranking in which they automatically competed because of the Central European competition.

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