Gazelle company 2009 and 2010

Gazelle company 2009 and 2010

Gallery Habsø A/S and thus Midtjyllands Kunst Center
was was appointed Gazelle company in 2009 and again in 2010 by the daily newspaper Børsen. An appointment, we are very proud of.


Gazelle Company
Is a description, which Børsen and Jyske Bank uses about a number of business corporations, which fulfill a number of requirements and economic stability over a 4-year period. Every year new Gazelle Companies are appointed.
 
In 2009, when Midtjyllands Kunst Center was named Gazelle first time, we were number 50 out of approx. 2,139 Gazelles.
In 2010, we were voted number 100++ out of approx. 1,051 Gazelles. 
 
Requirements for Gazelle companies
• The company must have published at least four years' accounts as A / S or ApS.
• The company's turnover must be greater than 1 million. Million in each of the four financial years.
• Revenue growth must (from one financial year) be positive.
• Revenue / gross result must grow each year (all four years) to more than double.
• Overall, the overall operating profit in the four most recent financial years must be positive.
 
Inspiration for the appointment of Gazelles
The inspiration for the licensing of Gazelles comes from the U.S., where economist David Brich from Cognetics Inc. described the business development in the United States in the following manner: In the 1950s it was " took overThe Elephants", very large companies such as U.S. Steel Corp, General Motors Corp. and General Electric, which dominated the world. In the 1980s the " took overThe mice" took over the lead. The small business with no more than 20 employees contributed to the 20 million new jobs that were created in the private sector, while the elephants dismissed 4 million
In the 1990s it was so " took Gazelles" took over, which took over the lead. Companies that are large enough to possess the technology necessary to compete at the same time small enough to respond quickly to change The analysis showed that the Gazelles in the United States only account for 3 percent of the private sectors workforce, but on the other hand they represent 70% of newly created jobs in the United States Something similar is the case in Denmark