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Help us find the fastest growing companies in South Africa

Help us find the fastest growing companies in South Africa

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News24 joined the Financial Times and international data company Statista in searching for the fastest growing companies in South Africa, based on revenue growth between 2019-2022.

We want to celebrate South Africa's success stories and showcase the achievements of businesses that are thriving in a difficult economy.

Businesses that generated revenues of at least $100,000 (about R2 million) in 2019 and at least $1.5 million (about R25 million) by 2022, while maintaining at least 8% annual growth over the three-year period, are encouraged. These years, on record.

Both JSE-listed companies and private companies can enter and registration is free. Winners will be determined based on merit.

Companies can enter www.statista.com/page/fastest-growing-africa. Filling out the registration form should not take more than 5-10 minutes.

Entries will be automatically sent to a Financial Times survey of top-growth companies from the entire continent.

in the last year FT ranking of Africa's fastest growing companies34 companies in the top 100 list came from South Africa.

The deadline for companies to register is February 15, 2024.

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