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Technology Fast 50 2023

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FTMO has developed and runs a unique educational platform for traders in the financial markets, educating them about proper risk-management techniques and motivating them to be disciplined in their operations. For those who pass a two-step Evaluation Process, which consists of the FTMO Challenge and Verification stages, the company offers an attractive collaborative option with the opportunity to retain up to 90% of the profits they generate. FTMO is aiming to broaden its offer by creating a global platform and enabling clients to choose the traders in whose portfolios they want to invest.


Country:
Czech Republic


Industry sector:
Fintech


Revenue growth:
5 815%


Website:
http://www.ftmo.com/


Country: Czech Republic


Industry sector:
Healthcare & Life Sciences


Revenue growth:
5 160%


Website:
www.cityzenwear.cz


Country:
Poland


Industry sector:
Fintech


Revenue growth:
3 305%


Website:
www.paypo.pl


3IPK developed blockchain-based software solutions and products which enable customers to guarantee the authenticity, integrity and traceability of data in the Space, Aviation and Defence industries. It enables customers to reduce overhead costs related to complex aerospace processes by delivering powerful solutions that allow the efficient management of deep and wide supply chains, engineering and manufacturing processes as well as quality control. Leveraging state-of-the-art blockchain technology, in combination with data analytics and artificial intelligence, 3IPK brings aerospace ecosystems a true source of competitive edge.


Country:
Slovakia


Industry sector:
Software


Revenue growth:
2 885%


Website:
https://3ipk.com/#


Country:
Romania


Industry sector:
Media & Entertainment


Revenue growth:
1 289%


Website:
https://www.flip.ro/


Open Loyalty has created the world’s most flexible loyalty software for creating personalised loyalty and gamification programmes fast and at scale. This software enables businesses to fully understand their customers and maximise their engagement by providing an alternative to heavy, monolithic loyalty software. Open Loyalty is currently serving 40+ clients from 20 different countries to build loyalty programmes from scratch or to extend their existing systems with loyalty and gamification mechanics.


Country:
Poland


Industry sector:
Software


Website:
https://www.openloyalty.io/

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. In order to be eligible for the Technology Fast 50 Central Europe Programme companies must:

1. Be in business a minimum of 4 years – founded on or prior to December 31st, 2019.

2. Own proprietary intellectual property or proprietary technology, sold to customers in products that contribute to a majority of the company’s operating revenues.

• Own proprietary technology that contributes to a significant portion of the company’s operating revenues.


• Manufacture a technology related product.


• Devote a significant proportion of operating revenues to research and development of technology.


• Be technology intensive or use unique technology to solve problems.

3. Have base-year operating revenues of €50,000 in 2020, 2021, 2022 and a current year operating revenue (2023) of at least €100,000.

4. Be headquartered within Central Europe.*


* The CE Fast 50 Programme is open to companies with headquarters based in the following countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Moldova, Albania, Kosovo and Ukraine.

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 must:

1. Be in business a minimum of 3 years – founded on or prior to December 31st, 2020.*

2.Own proprietary intellectual property or proprietary technology, sold to customers in products that contribute to a majority of the company’s operating revenues.

• Own proprietary technology that contributes to a significant portion of the company’s operating revenues.


• Manufacture a technology related product.


• Devote a significant proportion of operating revenues to research and development of technology.

• Be technology intensive, or use unique technology to solve problems.

3. Have base-year operating revenues of minimum €10,000 (2021) and current year operating revenue of minimum €30,000 (2023).

4. Be headquartered within Central Europe.**


*In justified cases, we accept companies founded between January 1 – 3, 2021.


**The CE Fast 50 Programme is open to companies with headquarters based in the following countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Moldova, Albania, Kosovo and Ukraine.

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.

Those interested in applying for the Impact Stars category must:

1. Sell a product and/or a service that makes an impact in the following fields:

• Impact on the business, environment and society.


• Diversity – amongst employees and/or management staff.


• Unique assets and/or services development.

2. Be headquartered within Central Europe*


* The CE Fast 50 Programme is open to companies with headquarters based in the following countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Moldova, Albania, Kosovo and Ukraine.

This is special recognition by Google Cloud and Deloitte, in which joint teams assess the companies’ technologies and award those with the greatest business potential. The award is dedicated to all companies that apply to the CE Technology Fast 50 ranking in 2024.

To be eligible for the CE Tech Rocketship! category companies must:

1. Develop high-quality, scalable solutions with the potential to serve the most demanding customers in the market.

2. Be headquartered within Central Europe*


* The CE Fast 50 Programme is open to companies with headquarters based in the following countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Moldova, Albania, Kosovo and Ukraine.

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