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SACRAMENTO - Most of them are businesses that you probably have never heard of before, but they're now recognized on a national level for being among the nation's fastest growing private firms. All together, 17 local companies made the Inc. 5000 list.
The Sacramento business that came out strongest in terms of revenue is SearchPros Solutions in Citrus Heights. They're revenue growth over the past three years is at 1,727 percent. In 2009 they were at $1.5 million. Last year it shot up to $27.6 million. On the 5000 list, they came in at number 251.
Cartagz was second best on the list for Sacramento, and number 340 in the nation. Their 3-year growth is 1,282 percent, with last year's revenue at $20.9 million. That's a big increase from 2009 when it was just $1.5 million.
ADA Collection in Folsom also made the list at number 590. They're a clothing company. Their Facebook page describes themselves as a California-based label with high-end appeal to contemporary and sophisticated style. Revenue growth for the company is 772 percent. They raked in just $2 million last year, but that's a big jump from just over a quarter million three years ago.
Also on the list is Blue Oak Energy in Davis, LCS Technologies in Gold River, iUnlimited Investigative Services in Sacramento, Retail Radio in Citrus Heights, and Cambria Solutions in Sacramento.
It's a thrill for these businesses to make the list. Valerie Ortiz, a spokesperson for ADA Collection was quoted in the Sacramento Business Journal saying "This is something that was a goal for is. It just really shows us that our hard work that we're putting in is paying off."
Following are the 17 Sacramento businesses that made the Inc. 5000 list, as stated by the Sacramento Business Journal:
- SearchPros Solutions
- ADA Collection
- Blue Oak Energy
- LCS Technologies
- iUnlimited Investigative Services
- Retail Radio
- M Corp
- Paramount Equity
- Cambria Solutions
- PowerON Services
- Agile Global Solutions
- VIP International
- Miyamoto International
- Cell Marque
Read the original article in the Sacramento Business Journal