Four in a row! Comate is nominated for Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50
Comate nominated for Deloitte's Technology Fast 50
We did it again! Comate has been nominated for Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 50 competition. What does that mean? Well, we are one of the 50 fastest growing technology companies headquartered in Belgium. We are so proud to be part of this list for the fourth time. Curious to find out what the exact ranking is at the Award Ceremony on 15 November 2018!
Wouter Foulon, our big chief: “It is the fourth year in a row we are nominated for the Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50. Growth has never been our priority but is an effect of the strong collaboration with our clients. Big thanks to all our clients and our fantastic team for making this happen”.
This nomination gives us an extra boost to continue with what we are doing: helping clients from different sectors and with different background with our technical expertise and design skills to turn their dream, their idea, into a real product.
About the Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 50
The Technology Fast 50 competition selects the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Belgium. Public or private, services or products, everyone can join as long as they are technology-related, and they are headquartered in Belgium. Companies are nominated based on their revenue growth over the last four year.
Companies that have been active in the technology sector for less than four years can participate in the sepcial ‘Rising Star’ category. These companies are judged by an independent jury on their turnover potential and scalability.
Participating in the Technology Fast 50 competition can help companies to develop their business by increasing their visibility and giving them access to the Fast 50’s unique network of highly successful executives.
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