Deloitte Technology Fast 50: Additional award categories
Celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship in Ireland’s technology sector
John Wallace, Green Rebel Technology Director with James Toomey, partner and Fast 50 lead at Deloitte. Photo: Jason Clarke
Rising Star Award in association with Enterprise Ireland
Winner: Green Rebel, pictured John Wallace, co-founder & technical director and James Toomey, partner, Deloitte.
This award is given to a company who demonstrates a promising growth trajectory and the potential for inclusion in the Fast 50 rankings in years to come. Companies being considered for this award have operating revenues accounting for a minimum of two years and less than four years.
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Fast 50 Alumni Award. Winner: Fenergo, pictured: Conor Clinch, chief finance officer. This honorary award recognises a company that has played a major part in the Fast 50 Programme to date.
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Growing New Technology Award in association with Google. Winner: Brightflag, pictured Ian Nolan, chief executive. This award recognises a company that has created or introduced a new or innovative product or service to international markets, which helped grow their business over the last four years.
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Impact Award in association with Meta.Winner: XOCEAN, pictured James Ives, chief executive. This award recognises a company that has made a significant impact within the current year.
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Scale Up Award in association with Scale Ireland.Winner: Siren, pictured John Randles, chief executive. This award recognises a company that has demonstrated an impressive ability to scale up/expand overseas over the last four years.
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Advocate for Women in Technology Award in association with NetSuite. Winner: Laura Haldane, co-founder and VP of sales and marketing, Scileads. This award recognises an individual who has demonstrated through their actions that they are an advocate for increasing participation by the promotion of women in the technology sector.
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Financial Services Innovation Award in association with Financial Services Ireland. Winner: ID-Pal, pictured Robert O’Farrell, founder and chief technical officer ID-Pal. This award recognises a company with an innovative product or services that is having a disruptive impact within the financial services industry.