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Deloitte has opened entries for this year's Technology Fast 50 awards.

29th June, 2013
Richard Howard, partner, Deloitte, and Mark Roden, chairman of Ezetop, the winner last year of Deloitte's Technology Fast 50 awards. Photo: Jason Clarke

Deloitte has opened entries for this year's Technology Fast 50 awards. The competition has now been running for 14 years and ranks the best Irish indigenous technology firms by their growth in turnover over the past five years. This year's awards ceremony will take place in the Titanic Belfast centre on November 8.

Last year's winner, Ezetop, managed to record growth of 6,986 per cent over a five-year period. The company, which enables people living or working abroad...

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