Last night, the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ceremony took place in Amsterdam. The winner of this year’s edition was the Dutch company Catawiki that won 1st price for the second year in a row! With an amazing 3600% growth, the Dutch company is Europe’s fastest growing online auction house. The 2nd place was taken by hardware company Zens, while New York Media Group was awarded with 3rd place. Congratulations to all winners!
The Deloitte Fast 50 is one of the foremost technology award programs, celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship. It is a ranking of The Netherland’s 50 fastest growing technology companies, driven by leading intellectual property and based on revenue growth over the last four years.
The program encourages and promotes entrepreneurial, fast-growing technology companies by celebrating their achievements, giving them access to Fast 50’s unique network of highly successful entrepreneurs, and opening doors to new opportunities, collaborations and partnerships.
For the 3rd year in a row, 3D Trophy factory is very proud to have been able to collaborate with Deloitte Netherlands for this prestigious award show. The design of the award is inspired by the Deloitte fast 50 branding and had a beautiful multicolor finishing.
Last night, Ernst&Young Netherlands handed out the first EY Family Business Legacy Award. This award recognizes the qualities of the exceptional entrepreneurial families in the Netherlands.
The recognition is part of The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year (EOY) program that is considered one of the world’s most prestigious business awards. The program is held in more than 140 cities, across 60 countries worldwide, covering 94% of the global economy.
The stylish 3D printed award was modeled in black and yellow after the famous EY colors. Congratulations to supermarket chain Jumbo that had the honour to take this beautiful award home!
The Essenscia Innovation Award was handed out to AGFA Graphics. The prestigious ceremony took place in the Academic Palace in our capital city of Brussels. Honored by the company of Princess Astrid and the Minister for Economy and Employment Kris Peeters.
The award is a full 3D print in polyamide. Viewed form the top you can see the Essenscia logo flowing down, creating a dynamic design. The print was smoothly polished before spray painted in matte white. The foot of the award is custom sanded plexiglass. This gives it a matte and opaque finish.
The Deloitte Fast 50 chooses 50 Belgium-based fast growing technology companies. The winners of the Fast 50 are chosen on the percentage of their growth in turnover during the last five years.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Belgium is an annual election, in cooperation with Deloitte’s partners Fortino, ING, Euronext and De Standaard. The inspiration for the award comes from the Fast 50 atom structure. A 3D print in blue or green coloured polyamide, placed on an oak foot. Check out the Fast50 website for more info.