It’s been a week of awards and industry acclaim for the team at 10x Future Technologies.
Founders and Directors of Britain’s 100 fastest-growing private technology companies were recognised at the annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 awards. 10x Future Technologies was honoured alongside those attending.
The Tech Track 100 league table ranks the UK’s private technology companies with the fastest-growing sales. These companies increased their sales on average over the last three years by a record 105% a year to a total of £3.4bn. Staff numbers rose by 13,200 to 18,200 during the same period.
Alongside the Tech Track 100 is the “One to Watch” awards for 10 promising companies that don’t yet meet the league table criteria. These companies, however, are recognised for having “innovative technologies, and either have raised significant venture capital investment, or are forecasting strong sales growth”.
This recognition - first announced in September - reflects 10x’s innovative and transformational approach to making banking 10x better for customers, banks and society.
Attending the Tech Track awards ceremony from 10x (above pictured left to right) was 10x’s Chief Commercial Officer Curt Hess, Chief Executive Officer Rebecca Skitt and Founder and Executive Chairman Antony Jenkins.
10x was also delighted to be chosen within the 2019 Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 awards, and selected as DLA Piper’s Rising Star of 2019.
A key performance indicator for the Deloitte Rising Star award is revenue potential. To be recognised, a company must have been founded after January 2015 and have base-year revenues of at least £50,000 over the past 12 months. 10x is forecasting revenue of £50m+ in 2019.
Pictured (below) with the Rising Star award at this week’s event is 10x Head of Communications Gavin Haycock.
Find out more about the 2019 Rising Star winners here.