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Croatian Companies Named on Deloitte’s Fast 50

CroatiaFour Croatian companies have made their way onto The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 in Central Europe list…

This prestigious annual award honors the fastest growing Central European technology companies, based on the percentage of revenue growth over a five-year period (2008-20120. This year four Croatian companies found their way onto the list, with software developers Webteh the best placed company in 7th place with growth of 1,110%.

After Webteh was another software company – Infinum – in 9th place with 892% growth in the last five years. In 31st place was Pet minuta, the mobile application and tech company which grew 326% in the last five years. Last on the list of Croatian companies was software developers Mono in 50th place.

Romanian Internet airline ticket retailer Vola.ro has placed first in Deloitte’s 2013 Central Europe Technology Fast 50 for the third year in a row with a revenue growth rate of 5729% over the past five years.

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