India's Growth Champions - 2022
India's Top 150 Fastest-Growing Companies
The Economic Times and Statista have joined hands to unveil the third edition of India’s Growth Champions 2022, an ambitious initiative that aims to highlight true accelerators of the Indian economy. It represents the crème-de-la-crème of companies that have mastered the art of growing from strength to strength, year after year.
This annual ranking puts into the spotlight the fastest growing companies among all Indian industries regarding revenue. Companies must have generated minimum revenue numbers over a three-year period to register and apply, be independent entities, and have primarily demonstrated organic growth.
MosChip being one of the growing publicly traded semiconductor company always focused on organic growth & is proud to earn a position in the top 150 growth champions of India.
High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2022
Top 500 Asia-Pacific Region's High-Growth Companies
In order to be listed in the top 100, a company now needs to show almost 100 per cent revenue growth in its financial statements every year, for three years.
The list ranks entrants from across the region by their compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in revenue between 2017 and 2020 (China has been omitted due to difficulties in verifying data).
Japan has the most entries in this year’s list, with 168 companies, followed by India with 97. Singapore comes in third with 61, edging past Australia, which has 60. The cities with the most growth champions listed are Tokyo, which has 97, and Seoul, with 42.
We will take a closer look at the companies featured in the list in a special report, to be published on April 7. Like last year, technology is the sector with the biggest presence in the ranking, with 27 per cent of companies falling into this category. Also well represented are fintech, property, advertising, support services and ecommerce.
A ranking such as this can never claim to be complete, however, as many fast-growing companies are privately held and detailed financial information is not made public. Also, some companies in the region did not want to reveal their revenue figures, or chose not to take part for other reasons. Of those that did disclose and verify their revenues, the 500 fastest-growing are listed in the table here. Readers can use the toggle arrows at the top of the table’s columns to filter by country, sector or revenue.