Baltimore County Shines: 7 Local Startups Join Inc. 5000's Fastest-Growing Companies
BALTIMORE COUNTY - Several Baltimore County-based startups made Inc. magazine's recently released list of the top 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America.
Seven Baltimore County companies, ranging from innovative pet-food product manufacturers to high-profile real estate firms, made the list.
To qualify for the ranking, startups must have achieved a revenue of at least $100,000 in 2019 and seen growth to a minimum of $2 million by the end of 2022. Qualifying businesses must have been operational and generating revenue by March 31, 2019.
|Brutus Broth||#373||1,556%||Consumer Products||Owings Mills|
|Trius Lending Partners||#678||869%||Real Estate||Towson|
|Axios Real Estate Group||#1,501||383%||Real Estate||Timonium|
|American Medical Staffing||#2,943||178%||Health Services||Hunt Valley|
|Rare Patient Voice||#4,110||110%||Health Services||Towson|
|Think Stack||#4,821||80%||IT Services||Cockeysville|
The Inc. 5000 companies had combined revenues of $358.2 billion, added nearly 1.2 million jobs and grew at a median rate of 219 percent. This year's list featured 638 newly founded companies and 3,047 repeat honorees.
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