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VIDEO Interview: Prospa propers as fastest growing Deloitte TechFast 50 company Featured


Australia’s fastest growing technology company has been named: Prospa, which bills itself as Australia’s leading online small business lender.

Earl Nightingale said: ‘Any person who contributes to prosperity must prosper in turn’, and it seems that Greg Moshal, co-founder and Joint CEO of Prospa and Beau Bertoli, Prospa other Joint CEO have taken this to heart!

Prospa was named Australia’s fastest growing technology company at the annual Australian Deloitte Technology Fast 50 awards held at the ASX last night, on Thursday 19 November.

Prospa led the pack with a truly phenomenal 6971% revenue growth from 2013 to 2015. The prestigious and keenly sought-after award clearly recognises Prospa’s bold innovation, dedicated leadership and strong growth.

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Beau Bertoli, Joint CEO of Prospa said: ”We are thrilled to be at the top of such an esteemed list of fast growing Australian companies. Being ranked first on the Deloitte TechFast 50 is an incredible endorsement of the success Prospa has experienced over the past three years.”

“Prospa has solved a very real problem for small businesses by providing them with the opportunity to access fast and easy finance to grow.

“Through our investment in technology and our team, we’ve developed an Australian-specific unsecured small business loan product with cash flow friendly repayments and a fast, easy online application that meets the demand of a hugely under-serviced market.”

“We are determined to remain Australia’s leading online small business lender by continuing to offer new solutions and outstanding customer experience to our small business customers. We will also continue to invest in technology, our people and partners. As the small business finance market grows, we in turn expect to continue our growth trajectory” added Bertoli.

Joshua Tanchel, Deloitte Tech Fast 50 lead partner said: “I am delighted to announce that the 2015 Deloitte TechFast 50 winner is Prospa, a fintech.

As one of Australia’s largest online small business lenders, Prospa secured a phenomenal 6971% growth, almost double last year’s winning 3626% growth, ably delivered by NEXTDC, one of Australia’s leading data centre designers, developers and operators.

“Each year we are blown away by the quality, capacity and foresight of our Deloitte TechFast 50 award winners. Their ideas, their grasp of what the market wants, and their ability to deliver is simply awesome.”

Prospa’s ranking in the Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500 will be announced in Honk Kong on the 3rd December 2015.

You can see the main part of Deloitte’s TechFast 50 presentation last night with full details of all winners in iTWire’s article from earlier today entitled: “VIDEOS: Deloitte and ASX 2015 Australian Technology Fast 50 winners announced.”

Here is iTWire’s video interview with Beau Bertoli and Greg Moshal, filmed at the Deloitte/ASX event last night!


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Alex Zaharov-Reutt

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