Fourth Industrial Revolution

What is hypergrowth, and what can we learn from it?

Rising fast: Tech giants like Facebook are not the only companies experiencing hypergrowth Image: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Thomas Philbeck

Head of Technology, Society and Policy, World Economic Forum Geneva

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25-year-old Chinese railway worker Pang Yu looks at Ant Check, an Alibaba-linked platform. Image: REUTERS/Shirley Feng
Ilkka Paananen, co-founder and CEO at Finnish games company Supercell Image: REUTERS/Roni Rekomaa/Lehtikuva
Priorities for hypergrowth companies, on the right, vary from those of other firms, left Image: World Economic Forum

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