Latest award news from Hivery
HIVERY #9 of AFR top 100: HIVERY listed as one of Australia’s fastest growing companies
Jun 10, 2020 | By
It’s not easy to find good news in today’s environment, however, hard work being rewarded is always nice to hear. And so the team were quietly pleased, when this morning, we found out HIVERY was listed as number nine (9) in The Australian Financial Review’s Fast 100 this year. “That’s not the kind of result that happens by accident. I’d like to thank everyone involved for making this possible, from our amazing staff, our clients, investors and supporters over the years. None of this would have been possible without all of you. Thanks ” – Jason Hosking CEO, HIVERY This coming year is going to be a lot more challenging, however with a group of people as talented as we’re lucky to have right now, and a fresh pool of capital – having closed an investment round at the end of last year – it’s a challenge were ready to face. Driving AI in category management, trade promotion and vending. Our aim is to bring the advantages of true hyper local retailing to as many businesses as we can, giving them a better chance of riding out the storm, and supporting the economy as much as possible. Read the full coverage in The Australian Financial Review story entitled “Fast 100 and Fast Starters winners revealed“. See the full list online at Fast 100 and Fast Starters winners revealed . If you like more information, demo or schedule a chat, please complete the below:Read more
HIVERY #82 of Financial Times' Asia-pacific’s 500 high-growth
Apr 23, 2020 | By
The top 500 high-growth companies in Asia-Pacific have been announced by the Financial Times, and we’re pleased to say we’ve been listed as number 82. When we consider the size of the field, we’re humbled. Over 50 million companies are registered in the twelve nations making up the Asia Pacific region, and FT researchers identified tens of thousands of businesses for consideration. FT editor, Maxine Kelly, notes that all 500 demonstrate what it takes to weather the current financial storm – showing substance, sustainability and credibility.She continues, saying the list “could help readers to identify those with the buffers to survive the fallout.” We’re proud to come in at number 82; and want to thank everyone who’s helped us get here. And although awards are nice, it’s the results we help our clients achieve that really make it all worthwhile. Being able to dig deep into data, uncover hidden opportunities and make recommendations at the individual, physical store level – is changing the game in retail. “We are so close to pulling off a major, disruptive innovation in the category management industry” – The Coca-Cola Company’s Group Director – Category Advisory Services. We’re proud to be at the forefront of the retail data analytics revolution. Using advanced machine learning, operations research techniques and design thinking to help our clients secure a better return on their physical space investment. We call it Hyper local retailing: The simultaneous localisation and optimisation of product mix, space and promotion/price at the individual store level. HIVERY helps FMCGs, CPGs and retailers prevail in an era of big data and AI, operating more effectively in the world of complex merchandising rules, and constantly changing consumer demand. If you would like to know more about our solutions, of course contact us here. We’d love to hear from you. Thanks to all who’ve helped us get this far, and here’s to a safe and secure future for us all. Jason Hosking, CEO, HIVERY
HIVERY #204 of Deloitte's Technology Fast 500™ Asia Pacific
Dec 06, 2019 | By
Combining technological innovation, entrepreneurship, and rapid growth. HIVERY has made number 204 on the 2018 Asia Pacific Technology Fast 500™ ranking and includes companies from countries like Australia, China (including Hong Kong), India, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan. Read more.
HIVERY - 2019 Premier's New South Wales Export Award - Technology and Innovation Winner
Oct 17, 2019 | By
Export Council of Australia
The diversity, strength and innovation of NSW businesses have been recognised at the announcement of the finalists for the 2019 Premier’s NSW Export Awards. More than 100 leading export businesses across 18 award categories were named as finalists at a ceremony held in Sydney last night. This year’s finalists cover the gamut of the state’s best exporters, ranging from organic business to digital start-ups, and electron manufacturers to oil creators. Kylie Bell, Executive Director of Trade & Investment at NSW Treasury, said the finalists showcased the quality of the business talent across the state. “NSW exported $89 billion worth of goods and services in the 2017-2018 financial year, and we applaud the commitment and tenacity of NSW exporters who have successfully met the challenges of doing business in the international marketplace,” she said. “Their success has opened doors across the globe, not only for their own goods and services, but for NSW businesses as a whole.” “I hope they can inspire thousands of other businesses out there to become exporters.” “Congratulations to all the finalists for the significant contribution they make to our economy.” Heath Baker, Acting CEO of the Export Council of Australia (ECA) said there was a record number of applicants this year, up almost 60% from last year, with new entrants representing almost 60% of all applicants. “This shows how the awards are more relevant than ever. Being a finalist of an awards program with the NSW Premier’s endorsement is enormously valuable for businesses when working internationally," he said. The winners will be announced at a prestigious Awards Gala dinner on 16 October at The Star in Pyrmont. This year’s Gala Dinner will have a Chinese theme in honour of the 40th anniversary of the sister state relationship between NSW and the province of Guangdong. For the 2019 Premier’s NSW Export Awards finalists. Learn more or here.
HIVERY Excellence in Export Award
Jul 31, 2018 | By
NSW Business Chamber
Last weekend HIVERY won Excellence in Export nomination at Sydney City Regional Business Chamber Awards. HIVERY is to compete at the State Awards this coming November. Read More.