WithYouWithMe and Brighte fastest growing tech companies

23 January 2020 Consultancy.com.au

WithYouWithMe and Brighte have been named Australia’s fastest growing companies in the hardware, software, communications, media, life sciences and clean technology industries, and among the ten fastest growing peers in the entire Asia Pacific region.

Founded in 2015, WithYouWithMe is a company dedicated to helping ex-military and veterans find jobs and transition successfully into civilian work. The company, which has offices in Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra, supports professionals with training and skills development, and matches them with employers across the country, in particular IT companies. 

According to the latest Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500 index from Deloitte, WithYouWithMe grew by a staggering 13,361% over a three year period, making it the first Australian company to top the list for Asia Pacific since 2004.

WithYouWithMe and Brighte fastest growing tech companies

WithYouWithMe was co-founded by military veterans Tom Moore, Luke Rix and Sam Baynes – they all first-hand experienced how difficult it can be to make the transition, and subsequently teamed up to “change a broken process”. The company also has an operation in the United States, which houses the globe’s largest talent pool of veterans. 

Australia’s second fastest growing technology company is Brighte, which managed to book a stellar revenue growth of 8,881% in the same period. Brighte is a tech-driven financial services provider that provides Australian households loans in order to fund their home improvements. 

“We want families to invest in their homes, to live more comfortable lives and to feel empowered in their decisions. Brighte wants to make paying so easy, that it’s something you never have to think about again,” states the company on its website about its mission. 

An analysis of Asia Pacific’s 500 fastest growing companies in the hardware, software, communications, media, life sciences and clean technology industries shows that around one fifth (98) of spots are taken by Australian companies, a 38% increase on the 71 Australian firms that made the same ranking last year.


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