Four New York-area companies cracked the top 50 of the Inc. 5000 list, and 295 companies in the city made the list, leading the way among all cities.
The Inc. 5000 list is billed as a comprehensive look at the fastest-growing privately-held companies in the United States. Pacing the New York area is Axtria, at No. 32 overall, which Inc. described as a data analytics and software products company, based in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. Over the past three years, Inc. said, the company has experiences 7,351 percent growth, bringing in $8.9 million in revenue last year.
The other top-ranking New York City companies are Centric Digital, No. 34, which Inc. said works in digital management consultation; ReviMedia, No. 41, a lead-generation software company; and Adore Me, No. 49, an online lingerie retailer.
New York’s 295 companies on the list far outstripped the city with the next-most, Chicago, which the Chicago Tribune noted had 95 companies on the full list.
The other New York companies in the Top 200 are:
- No. 54 Crowdtap
- No. 65 Tough Mudder
- No. 76 Regal Wings
- No. 85 BuyBackWorld
- No. 99 Global Energy Efficiency
- No. 115 Integral Ad Science
- No. 121 SeatGeek
- No. 128 Fueled
- No. 130 CPA Trend
- No. 145 MyClean