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Now is the time to apply to Fast Company Middle East’s Most Innovative Companies 2024

This marks the third year Fast Company Middle East will recognize regional companies for their innovative efforts at all levels.

Now is the time to apply to Fast Company Middle East’s Most Innovative Companies 2024
[Source photo: Krishna Prasad/Fast Company Middle East]

Applications are now open for Fast Company Middle East’s Most Innovative Companies 2024, the ultimate list that celebrates organizations making significant strides and gaining recognition for their innovative work.

These awards honor organizations that drive progress by improving processes, developing new products, and inventing novel ways of conducting business.

We will recognize dozens of companies in over 36 categories, including four new categories this year: conglomerate/holding companies, design, TV, and film production.

What distinguishes the Most Innovative Companies list is its emphasis on acknowledging companies for their exceptional innovation and impactful business practices and their leadership in driving transformative innovations, profoundly understanding their audience, and adeptly navigating dynamic markets. These companies set new benchmarks for excellence and play a pivotal role in shaping the future of global industries.

Fast Company Middle East’s editors and writers rigorously vet all applications, and the companies selected will be featured on Fastcompanyme.com

Being included in the list brings several benefits like validation of your company’s unwavering commitment to creativity and your pursuit of innovation, increased visibility, and attracting the best talent to join your company.

The Most Innovative Companies 2024 applications are open to companies of all sizes, from startups to established industry leaders, in various sectors such as retail, real estate, entertainment, education, and enterprise. Nominations are now open for a limited time.

Start your Most Innovative Companies application here. For additional details, refer to the FAQs.

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