Eight Croatian companies on Deloitte's list of 500 fastest growing

Eight Croatian technological companies, which is four more than last year, have found their way on Deloitte's list this year of the 50 fastest growing companies in central Europe and among 500 companies in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa), thanks to a growing revenue over the past four years of between 251% to as much as 843%.

The eight Croatian companies on Deloitte's list this year include Serengeti (843%) recording the largest growth in revenue, Nanobit (754%), Integracija (539%), Sedmi Odjel (476%), Infinum (397%), InfoCumulus (277%), Acceleleratio (256%) and Degordian (251%), Deloitte's Croatian office reported on Tuesday.

"We are happy that this year our lists of 50 and 500 fastest growing companies include eight Croatian companies and only two of these were on our list last year - Infinum and Nanonibt, while the others are new, including Degordian as the only company in the field of media while the others are software companies," Ivan Perica of Deloitte's Croatian office said, adding that another two companies had made it to the Rising Star list.

"With its eight companies on the list, Croatia is in third place in the region, behind Poland with 12 companies and Rumania with 10 technological companies amongst those 50, which we consider to also be a very good indicator of know-how and innovation," Perica underscored.

Last update: Tue, 08/12/2015 - 16:25

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