The crème de la crème of the business world waited with bated breath to review who had successfully made it to the Top 100 Fastest Growing Business by Business Review Weekly (BRW), Australia’s leading business magazine, and RMIT University’s School of Management.
The results, which were announced in this month’s issue of the BRW magazine, Australia’s leading business magazine, saw the iProperty Group, Asia’s No.1 Online Property Group, clinching the fourth place, ahead of other companies from various industries.
Generating over 3,500,000 unique visitors and over 45,000,000 pageviews across the iProperty Group of leading property portals in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore, the company generated over AUD$7.3 million in the 2010 calendar year and clocked an average growth of 223 per cent over the previous three years, making it the only ASX listed company in the top four.
According to iProperty Group’s Chief Executive Officer, Shaun Di Gregorio, the recognition of being in the top four was a tremendous accomplishment for the Group, who had also recently won two website awards in Malaysia and Hong Kong as Digital Media Company of the Year and Property Portal of the Year 2011 respectively.
Accrediting this success to the team, Di Gregorio said, “This tremendous feat could not have been accomplished without the dedication, passion, commitment to excellence and relentless pursuit by the team to further validate the iProperty Group as the No.1 property portal in all the countries we operate in.”
“Being part of this prestigious list is a testament to our hard work and dedication. This continued success is a reflection to our commitment to providing highly innovative products to our customers and a platform for consumers to search for their dream home without any hassle while providing them with all the relevant information to help them make an informed decision,” concluded Di Gregorio.
Now in its 22nd year, the Fast 100 is a joint project of BRW and RMIT University’s School of Management. The BRW Fast 100 companies were ranked according to their average annual revenue growth in the three years to June 30, 2011.Share