FT High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific
The FT’s ranking of 500 high-growth companies from the Apac region comes at an inauspicious time for businesses, however the most nimble and creative companies will approach this crisis as a catalyst for innovation and strengthen their positions in their respective markets. We are glad that New Aim Pty Ltd is seen as one of those companies. Read more here
We made it to the top 50!
Australian Financial Review – 22 March 2020
In absolute amazing performance by the company, we jumped to the top 50 with a position at 49th in the Fast 100 list published yearly by the Australian Financial Review.
This is an incredible achievement and jump from our position in 2018 at number #82. The company is valued at A$280 million with a CAGR growth of 44% for the past four years. About a quarter of this revenue comes from our eBay store (trading as OzPlaza), where in 2018 we became one of 83 eBay sellers globally to have received more than one million pieces of customer feedback, with 99.4% of them positive. We are also one of the biggest sellers on Amazon, Catch, Kogan, MyDeal and Temple & Webster.
Read more here.
Taking Chances: Fung Lam
CEO Magazine- 12 December, 2019
Our very own director Fung Lam was featured in the CEO magazine’s December edition. The article features Fung’s personal achievements as New Aim’s director striving for innovation and growth.
In the article, he speaks about “achievements come from taking chances” , From his humble beginnings as a university graduate selling marked-up products on eBay to Director and Co-Founder of one of Australia’s largest e-retailers,
Read more about our inspiring leader Fung Lam and his ambition for New Aim. Highly recommended!
Australia's Top 100 Young Entrepreneurs - We took out the No.5 spot!
Business News Australia – 19 December, 2019
Australia’s Top 100 Young Entrepreneurs have forged new companies across a diverse cross-section of industries including health, logistics, food manufacturing, e-commerce, digital marketing, fashion and tech , and to be featured in the exclusive list is indeed a very proud achievement.
With likes of the Atlassian’s wonder duo to Ruslan Kogan, the list has some illustrious industry names. Our very own directors, Fung Lam and Werner Liu were featured at no. 5. This places us amongst the country’s business leaders of the future, who are likely to continue to gain prominence and influence over the economy at large.
To find about more about our top position and other candidates in the list, click here.
Proud moment as we made our debut on the AFR’s Top 500 Private Companies List - 2019
The Top 500 Private Companies List always has a story to tell about the direction in which the broader Australian economy is heading, and we are proud to have made it to that list.
Australian Financial Review alongside IBISWorld compiles the Top 500 Private Companies list by gathering primary research, ASIC-lodged company reports and its own appraisals of company revenue based on historic data and industry analysis.
Click here to read more about the list.
NEW AIM #82 in Financial Review Fast 100 - 2018
Australian Financial Review – 31 October, 2018.
Every year for the past 29 years the Australian Financial Review publishes their Fast 100 list, recognising Australian businesses that have shown consistent high growth over time. This year we featured on their list for the first time at rank #82!
We had a $120 million turnover in 2017-18 for an impressive average annual growth of 44.3%. This growth was fuelled strongly by the ongoing consumer trend toward online retail as well as our continued efforts to increase our product range. Entrants to 2018’s Fast 100 must have commenced trading before July 1st, 2014 and provide four years of turnover data, with a minimum of $500,000 in the first reporting period.
The ranking of the Fast 100 list is determined by the average annual growth rate over the four periods. Congratulations to every business that entered the list this year! Thank you to all our partners, customers and amazing team who helped us achieve this result.
Aussie seller cracks Ebay benchmark
Internet Retailing – 11 September, 2018
OzPlaza.living has become the second Australian seller to crack the unofficial benchmark of receiving 1 million pieces of customer feedback, something just 83 sellers around the world have ever achieved. Read more