Making the Deloitte Fast 50

The Deloitte Fast 50 was announced last week with the regional winners being named across the country at regional events along with all those that had made the list. The Fast 50 recognizes the fastest growing companies in New Zealand.

Although we don't find out our placing in the index until November, Webscope is honoured to be included.

Over the past three years we’ve been lucky enough to work with some of New Zealand’s leading companies and organisations as well as a number of successful projects in Europe and Australia.

At Webscope we’ve assembled a fantastic team, and have grown from lowly beginnings working out of a room in the old Flight Centre building in the centre of Auckland to our current boutique premises in Ponsonby.

Our aim at Webscope has been to grow a solid company based on quality processes and a fun energetic company culture. We engage with clients in a way that makes the process of delivering business tools an enjoyable journey, as well as exceptional outcomes.

So whether we’re first on the list (haha) or 50th, a huge thank you to all our clients who’ve made this all possible.

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Photo from left to right: Phil Vinall, Sam Blackmore, Tim Clark, Mark Talbot (Deloitte)



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