Avora named 42nd fastest growing tech company in Deloitte UK Fast 50 Awards
Augmented analytics specialist, Avora was last night named the UK’s 42nd fastest growing technology company at Deloitte Fast 50 Awards, which rank the country’s 50 fastest-growing technology companies, based on revenue growth over the last four years.
Avora’s four-year growth trajectory is a direct reflection of increasing market demand for its unique AI-based approach to solving analytics challenges for customers, such as Figleaves, Telefonica O2 and HBO Latin America.
“We’re honoured to officially be the UK’s 42nd fastest growing tech company,” said Avora CEO and Founder, Ricky Thomas. “But more than the award itself, it’s great to see British innovation get the global recognition it deserves, and to be in such good company with our technology peers.”
The UK Fast 50 is part of an international programme run by Deloitte. Qualifying entrants of the UK Fast 50 will be put forward to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) programme, along with entrants from other national programmes run by Deloitte in the EMEA region.
Previous UK winners include some of the most dynamic players in all aspects of technology who have gone on to achieve global acclaim, including Deliveroo, TransferWise, GoCardless, Bloom & Wild, and LastMinute.com.
About the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50
The Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 is one of the UK’s foremost technology award programmes. Now in its twenty-second year, it is a ranking of the country’s 50 fastest-growing technology companies, based on revenue growth over the last four years. The UK Fast 50 awards are all about growth driven by leading intellectual property and are a celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship. The UK Technology Fast 50 is part of an international programme run by Deloitte and qualifying entrants of the UK Fast 50 will be put forward to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) programme. Previous winners have come from across the UK, are both large and small, and included some of the most dynamic players in all areas of technology, from internet specialists to biotech, digital media technology to life sciences, computers to semiconductors and software to telecommunications.