Deloitte crowns Tradeconthor a Rising Star

Established a mere two years ago as an electronic products supplier, Germany’s Tradeconthor recently emerged victorious at the Deloitte Technology Fast 50, as it grabbed first place in the ‘Rising Star’ category.

Now in its 15th year, Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Awards is one of the foremost technology award programmes, celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship in business. Tradeconthor received the Rising Star award – an acolade for rapid business growth – as it boasts a 1,595.12% growth since its inception in 2015.

The Adendorf-based start-up’s CEO and founder, Julian Thormählen, reflected, “This award shows that we’re on the right path and that our innovative products appeal to the zeitgeist of the rapidly growing mobile generation. This year we gained a lot of major customers such as Deloitte, Adidas, VW and ThyssenKrupp.” Julian recognised the company’s huge growth as an illustration of Tradeconthor’s intensive marketing and sales activities, concluding, “We want to exploit this potential with our ever growing, highly skilled team.”

In addition to Tradeconthor, the start-up Perdoo (663.63% growth) and Uniscon GmbH (340.72% growth) also received Rising Star awards.

Currently, Tradeconthor is expanding its location in Adendorf, as well as its branches in China. By expanding international trade, Tradeconthor wants to continuously move forward. With its first product, the 2in1 charging cable ‘ZWEINS’ which works for Android as well as iOS devices, Tradeconthor is now represented in 22 countries worldwide.

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(L-R) Ralf Rieken of Uniscon, Andrew Goldstein of Deloitte, Julian Thormählen of Tradeconthor and Henrik-Jan van der Pol from Perdoo
(L-R) Ralf Rieken of Uniscon, Andrew Goldstein of Deloitte, Julian Thormählen of Tradeconthor and Henrik-Jan van der Pol from Perdoo