Deloitte’s 2023 Technology Fast 500 List Featured 52 NYC Companies

The highest-ranked New York innovator is Fubo, an entertainment service that offers access to various TV channels without needing cable.

Written by Ashley Bowden
Published on Nov. 08, 2023
Deloitte’s 2023 Technology Fast 500 List Featured 52 NYC Companies

Accounting and consulting firm Deloitte released its 2023 Technology Fast 500 list, ranking the fastest-growing technology and life sciences companies in North America. The 29th annual list featured 52 companies from New York. Last year’s list featured 47 companies from the New York metro area.

Companies on the list were chosen based on their fiscal year revenue growth between 2019 and 2022 and ranked based on their percentage growth rate. The technology sector, as well as the media, telecommunications, life sciences, fintech and energy tech industries, are represented on the list.

“Looking at the rate of growth for these tech companies in the New York area makes me tremendously encouraged about the industry, the region and the local talent that is making this innovation possible,” Roger G. Arrieux, Jr., New York managing partner at Deloitte, said in a statement. “This growth requires resilience, hard work, and ingenuity – that is the spirit of New York.”

Read on for details on the top five New York tech companies included in this year’s Deloitte ranking and be sure to check out the full list.

Top NYC Tech Companies on Deloitte’s 2023 Technology Fast 500

  1. Fubo
  2. Fireblocks
  3. Kindbody
  4. Coro
  5. Raistone


    Rank #43, 3,786% Growth

    Fintech company Raistone wants to make working capital more accessible and help meet the global demand for structured finance. The company offers a suite of finance tools to help suppliers receive cash faster and help businesses of all sizes extend their payment terms. Earlier this year, Raistone appointed a new chief strategy officer.


    Rank #38, 4,861% Growth

    Cybersecurity company Coro provides businesses with a cloud-based security solution that protects them against malware, ransomware, phishing and bots across various devices, users and cloud apps. Coro secured $75 million in fresh capital over the summer, bringing its total venture funding to $155 million over the past 12 months.


    Rank #30, 5,710% Growth 

    Kindbody provides fertility and wellness services through its network of tech-enabled clinics. The company currently serves 127 employers, enabling them to offer family-building benefits and reproductive care from preconception to postpartum through menopause. Kindbody recently announced the appointment of a chief scientific officer.


    Rank #7, 21,448% Growth

    Enterprise tech company Fireblocks works to equip organizations with a secure infrastructure for moving, storing and issuing digital assets. The company recently made a move to enhance its tokenization capabilities with the acquisition of BlockFold, a smart contract development and consulting firm that focuses on advanced tokenization projects for financial institutions.


    Rank #6, 23,517% Growth

    Fubo allows users to watch live TV without cable. Its mission is to build a global live TV streaming platform with an expansive breadth of premium content and interactivity. The sports-first entertainment product allows people to browse for channels based on games, teams, leagues and networks.

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