Anne Fulton, CEO and Founder of Fuel50, wins the Best Practice Institute Company Founders Award. As CEO of Fuel50, Fulton and her team are on a mission to support great experiences for people working in large organizations across the globe. Fuel50 helps people define the right internal career path for them, and provides resources and tools to create a continuous career growth experience…
Brandon Hall Gold Winner, 2015
Fuel50, the innovative career pathing software solution, was honored with a prestigious Gold Award for Best Advance in Career Management or Planning Technology in the 2015 Brandon Hall Group Excellence in Technology Awards. Fuel50 won for its work with Z Energy, a New Zealand-based company that supplies fuel to retail customers and large commercial customers.
NZ Hi-Tech Finalist, 2014
Fuel50 placed in the top 4 finalists in the New Zealand Venture Investment Fund (NZVIF) Hi-Tech Start-Up Company of the Year for 2015, judged by renowned American business strategist, Gary Hamel; co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak; Director of Engineering for Google, Craig Nevill-Manning; Senior Vice President for Cisco, Howard Charney; and many more.
Amcham Awards Winner, 2015
The prestigious award was presented to us by the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Mr John Key. This is a reflection of an amazing team of people giving 150% every day to bring this amazing product to the world. Thanks also to all of our clients, supporters and friends who help us daily to follow the dream.
HR Tech Awesome New Startup, 2014
Fuel50, career pathing software solution, has achieved a coveted spot at the leading HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas in October, being listed as one of five companies worldwide to have developed the most innovative software solutions set to revolutionize the HR industry this year.
NZ Innovators Finalist, 2014
Fuel50 has been shortlisted as a finalist in the New Zealand Innovators Awards. This year has seen some of the most inspiring entries, from across a broad range of industries. Entries increased a staggering 60% on last year indicating that “innovation and commercialisation in New Zealand is alive and well,” says New Zealand Innovation Council CEO Louise Webster.