Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Inc 5000 list: Companies with at least 500 percent three-year growth rate

Last year, Unified Payments was the best performing privately held company based on the 2012 Inc. 5000 list. This list is a useful platform to gauge the revenue-generating capacity of all private companies in the United States. Rankings are based on the companies’ growth rates over a three-year period, and their revenue in the initial year should not go below $200,000. Subsidiaries or divisions of a much larger company are not eligible for ranking, only US-based, privately held, and independent business entities.

While they are not as successful as the top three contenders, the following companies have also shown highly remarkable growth rates, with each achieving at least a 500 percent increase.

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Impact Makers - 1,030 percent

A management and health care IT consultancy, this company operates as a competitive social venture. Despite having no shareholders, the company donates a good portion of its profits to local healthcare-related charities.

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Dhaliwal Laboratories - 743 percent

This company serves as a contract manufacturer and private labeler of cosmetic products and over-the-counter drug preparations. It develops, tests, and blends a variety of personal care products, including liquid soaps, deodorants, lip balms, acetone-based items, and analgesics.

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Network Capital Funding Corporation - 557 percent

Headquartered in Irvine, California, this company provides fixed-rate, adjustable-rate, and jumbo mortgages, home equity loans, and FHA and VA loans to homeowners and home buyers throughout the United States. It boasts of loan specialists who have at least eight years of mortgage banking experience.

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