Garage startup: Wire, cable, network firm hits fast-growing list
taxonomy: system integration, networks, control components
Fort Lauderdale, FL–In the September 2007 issue of
(on newsstands Aug. through Oct. 2),
, a provider of cable, wire, and equipment-management-related products, was named on the 26th annual Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies in America. The company’s products include raceways, cord covers, heat shrink tubing, enclosure racks, surge protectors, uninterruptible power supplies, wires, cables, and fiber-optic related items. Find out why the company was honored, who’s on the list, and how to enter your company.
The company ranked in the top 25% of companies named (at number 126), having achieved 3-year sales growth of 1,413.3%. “This achievement puts you in very special company,” notes Inc. magazine editor-in-chief John Koten in a congratulatory letter to CableOrganizer.com. “The Inc. 500 recognized Microsoft, Timberland, Domino’s Pizza, and many other entrepreneurial companies long before they became household names. Familiar as we are with the many challenges associated with building and operating a business, all of us at Inc. are keenly aware what a tremendous achievement a spot on our list represents.”
Earlier this year, CableOrganizer.com was included on Internet Retailer magazine’s “Top 500 Retail Web Sites” list as well. This list is a ranking of America’s 500 largest e-retail businesses based on 2006 online sales. CableOrganizer.com also won a Stevie Award as the “Best Overall Company of the Year – Non-Services Businesses – Up To 100 Employees.”
The 2007 Inc . 500 reported aggregate revenue of $16 billion and median three-year growth of 939%. The Inc . 500 companies
“We are deeply honored,” said Paul Holstein, co-founder and COO of CableOrganizer.com. “Being named on this list further validates our well-honed approach to online retailing, and we’re delighted to be named among such good company.”
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The 2007 Inc . 500 list measures revenue growth from 2003 through 2006. To qualify, companies had to be U.S.-based and privately held, independent– not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies – as of Dec. 31, 2006, and have had at least $200,000 in revenue in 2003, and $2 million in 2006.