Shoot for the moon, aim for the stars, receive recognition. That’s what we always say.
We are pleased to announce that Blue Label Labs has made the top-third of the 2019 Inc. Magazine’s list of America’s top 5000 fastest-growing private companies.
This is our third straight year to make the list and we are honored to have made the cut. As a member of Inc. 5000, we share a space with amazing and notable companies including Zappos, Under Armour, Microsoft, Jamba Juice, Timberland, Clif Bar, Pandora, Patagonia, and Oracle, among many others.
Unlike other awards that may just be nice to ogle at as they sparkle on our mantle, this ranking is a nod to our past but even more so, a glimpse into our future.
In the past, companies that made the Inc. 5000 list grew sixfold on average since 2015. This was during a stretch when the US economy advanced only 12% due to a slow recovery from the hard-hitting downturn resulting from the financial crisis.
Receiving this recognition of our continued growth and prosperity is a nice boost for morale, but more than anything it reminds us that the way we conduct business is working. The focus we have always put on going in depth with our clients to ensure their satisfaction is incredibly worth while. We were never one to take the easy route to solve problems. We pour ourselves into each project and treat it like it’s our own passion, because it is.
Our team here at Blue Label Labs is special in many ways – they are the best at what they do, and have unparalleled bedside manner, so to speak. We are so proud to have this acknowledgment of hard work and look forward to continuing to transform businesses with the power of taking an idea and making it a reality.
The list of 2019 Inc. Magazine-ranked top 5000 companies can be found on the Inc. website at http://www.inc.com/inc5000.
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