This fortnight Techboard is releasing its second ever Startup Ranking.
Epic Delivery is our top trending startup of the fortnight, picking up a nomination from our Panel of Experts, press coverage in Business News and with a substantial improvement in its social media channels.
Runner-up is listed Cloudbased fintech company Decimal which featured in the press after receiving an investment from prominent Perth investor Tony Grist (who by the way also backed AmcomUpstart).
Rounding out the top three is ASX listed CVCheck (ASX:CV1) who have moved up four places from their place in last fortnight’s ranking thanks to continuing improvements with their social media and web metrics, Techboard traffic and news coverage on the back of their recent listing and extensive advertising.
As a ranking of trending startups, unsurprisingly there has been a fair amount of turnover in the top 20 with 12 companies entering the top 20 for the first time. We have a pretty broad spread of industries and technologies with edtech, fintech and health tech companies dominating the ranking. We also have representation from logistics, location, geospatial, telecoms, pharmaceutical and renewable energy industries.
This fortnight’s top 20 leaderboard again includes four ASX listed companies all of which are new to the ASX via backdoor listing or IPO (and one about to backdoor). We also have two of the recent AmcomUpstart graduates and one company from the latest batch from Founder’s Institute.
Here is a taster of the top 20 in Techboard’s latest startup ranking for the fortnight ending 24 September 2015
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Here is the top 20
Techboard's Startup Ranking 25 Sept 2015For the fortnight ending 24 September 2015
|Rank||Company||Sector||Ranking last period||Best ever ranking|
|6||Saron Education (SEQTA)||Edtech||90||6|
|8||Offpeak Games (Valiant)||VR Gaming||109||8|
|13||Bombora Wave Power||Renewables||20||13|
|15||Simply Wall Street||Fintech||15||15|
* in the last startup ranking run by Techboard these companies did not have sufficient data to receive a ranking score along with all other companies who were also at the bottom of the ranking.