Fast growth awards
Category: Fast growth
The AFR Fast Lists include the “Fast 100” list and “Fast Starters” list and are the authoritative voice on the fastest growing companies in Australia.
The Australian Financial Review’s Fast Global celebrates Australian companies that are delivering real commercial growth in international markets. Calculated on growth in revenue generated overseas over the past three years, the Global 100 will serve as inspiration and guidance to the next generation of Australian businesses looking to test their products and services internationally.
Launched in 2012, the Australian Growth Company Awards celebrate excellence and recognise companies that demonstrate high rates of sustainable growth, innovation, integrity and contribution to the community.
The CRN Fast50 recognises the fastest-growing companies in the Australian IT channel, based on year-on-year revenue growth.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is a program that ranks 50 fast growing technology companies, public or private, based on percentage revenue growth over three years and includes all related industry sectors - communications, media, software, hardware, life sciences and healthcare, online, fintech and clean energy.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Awards celebrate technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth from Technology Fast 500 companies of all varieties and industries.
The Fast Movers program recognises South Australia’s fastest growing, most innovative and arguably smartest small to medium enterprises.
The Telstra Best Business Awards are one of the most reputable and respected business awards programs within Australia. The awards were created to give small to medium-sized businesses a platform to celebrate achievements and stories with their peers, and opportunities to learn from Australia's best business minds. The awards categories include: Outstanding Growth, Embracing Innovation, Accelerating Women, Championing Health, Building Communities, Indigenous Excellence and Promoting Sustainability. The award application process involves three phases: a questionnaire (stage 1), video submissions (stage 2) and a written submission (stage 3). The shortlisted businesses will then participate in a Q&A. Stage 1 usually opens in June and closes in July. Stage 2 usually opens and closes in August. Stage 3 usually opens and closes in September.
The Tony McMichael Public Health Ecology and Environment Award is to celebrate a person (not just PHAA member) who has made a significant, discernible contribution in the combined domains of public health and ecology or environmental health, which is consistent with and has contributed to fulfilling the aims of the PHAA and the EESIG.
N.B: Please keep in mind that awards programs regularly shift their dates. New awards programs open up regularly. Established awards programs can cease running with little notice. While we endeavour to keep this list as up-to-date as possible, we can’t guarantee 100% accuracy.