Opentop Debuts on BRW Fast Starters 2014

Posted by Aaron Woolf On October 23, 2014

Opentop; the digital technology provider specialising in Lead Generation has debuted as a BRW Fast Starter for 2014.

Growing exponentially at an impressive 107 per cent, Opentop’s ranking at number 54 is just shy of Top 50 – a significant feat, demonstrating the company’s mantra of supporting business growth.

Placing in the Top 3 in the Marketing & Media sector of 2014 applicants, and the only Lead Generation company to place as a Fast Starter for 2014, Opentop is leading the charge in specialised digital marketing technology. 

Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Opentop was founded in August 2011. Turning over nearly $4million in FY 2013-2014, at the time of BRW list announcement, Opentop had 15 full-time equivalent employees.

Heading into FY 2015, Opentop currently employ 23 staff, with offices in Melbourne, Sydney and newly opened in London, UK.

Speaking to Opentop founder Aaron Woolf, expansion to the UK is part of this Australian company’s global ambition.

“Opentop’s expansion to the UK is part of our overall growth plan to deliver innovative technologies to see business around the World grow.

“So far, our growth has been incredible, and placing on the BRW Fast Starters list is just where we’re getting started.

“This time last year, Opentop had nine employees. Within the space of 12 months, we’ve added 14 new people to the team, and opened two brand new offices.

“Now with the new London office, this is particularly important because not only is it my home town, but the market opportunities there, combined with the success of the existing Australian market will push Opentop faster and harder than ever.

At the core of our business, Opentop are focused on supporting business growth with digital technology. We’re so thankful for the success so far, and can’t wait for where the next 12 months takes us,”  says Aaron Woolf, Founder, Opentop.

The BRW Fast Starters list is ranked according to turnover in the most recent financial year, and growth rate between 2013 and 2014 is included.


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