The sponsors and judges of the Southern Tech 100 – the annual tech listing run by The Business Magazine – are looking for the stars of tomorrow – the fast-rising companies that are destined to enter a future top 100 listing.
If you own or work for a technology company that is growing, and is gaining a strong reputation in the sector, you should enter the Tech 100 Future Stars competition.
Not only will you have the opportunity to gain valuable promotion, and free mentoring and advisory services that will help turbo-boost your growth, your company will be featured in The Business Magazine and on social media.
Sponsored by Moore Stephens, Barclays and Marks & Clerk, The Southern Tech 100 is The Business Magazine’s annual listing of the top 100 private, independent technology companies in an area stretching from Banbury to the Isle of Wight.
Future Stars criteria
How to enter
We are finalising a distinguished judging panel that will consider the submissions. Joe Solari, non-executive director of Ultima Business Solutions, and Alex Tatham, managing director of Westcoast, have agreed to join the panel.
Ultima provides business IT services that make ‘technology a positive asset’ for organisations. Westcoast is a £1.6 billion-turnover IT distributor ranked 10th in a list of the fastest-growing private companies in Europe. Both are Reading-headquartered success stories.
Further judges will be announced in due course.
The winner will receive: