Customer Service Leaders Headsets.com named to the Inc. 5000 list
New York -- Inc. magazine today announced its first-ever Inc. 5,000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country. America's Headset Specialists, Headsets.com, ranks No. 1810 on the list, with three-year growth of 200% percent.
Headsets.com was established in 1997. Mike Faith, President and CEO believed strongly that the headset market was being underserved with low quality, unreliable products from companies that offered little in the way of support and service. His mission became to create the opposite - to found a company which provided top quality products with exceptional Customer Service. The Company has grown at an astounding rate, providing proof positive that delivering World Class Customer Service to a Customer base eager to take advantage of the latest technology is a sound strategy.
The 2007 Inc. 5,000, as revealed online Inc.com, reported median revenue of $9.4 million and median three-year growth of 140 percent. The list features a profile for each company, almost all of them written as a result of Inc. interviews with management. In addition, the list is searchable according to numerous criteria, including industry, city, state, region, and year founded.
Hottest Regions for Fastest-Growing Companies
Leading the list of the fastest-growing companies in the nation is the Midwest region with 1,046 of the fastest-growing companies, followed by the West with 884 companies. The Southeast comes in a close third, with 872 companies, followed by the Northeast with 782 companies, and the Mid-Atlantic region with 606 companies.
Hottest Industries for Fastest-Growing Businesses
The largest business category is Construction, with 561 of the fastest-growing companies in this category, followed by Manufacturing with 515 companies, IT services in third with 466 companies, Business Services with 377 companies and Advertising & Marketing with 349 companies round out the top five industries ranked on the 2007 Inc. 5,000.
Industries reporting the highest total revenue in 2006 are Construction ($27.1billion), Manufacturing ($18.6 billion), Health ($13.1 billion), Computers & Electronics ($12.7 billion), and Financial Services ($11.8 billion).
Top 10 Inc. 5000 Companies of 2007:
|Rank||Company||Location||Industry||Year Founded||3-Year Revenue Growth||2006 Revenue|
|No. 1||MemberHealth||Solon, OH||Health||1998||20,128.9%||$1.2 billion|
|No. 2||Cedar Point Communications||Derry, NH||Telecommunications||2000||14,853.3%||$68.1 million|
|No. 3||Hospital Partners of America||Charlotte, NC||Health||2002||12,227.2%||$348.9 million|
|No. 4||Red Ventures||Charlotte, NC||Advertising & Marketing||2000||9,470.5%||$34.0 million|
|No. 5||Fusion Solutions||Addison, TX||Human Resources||2002||9,301.7%||$22.0 million|
|No. 6||Bill Me Later||Timonium, MD||Business Services||2002||8,650.9%||$53.6 million|
|No. 7||Groupware Technology||Campbell, CA||IT Services||1992||7,579.1%||$58.9 million|
|No. 8||M Space Holdings||New York, NY||Construction||2002||6,402.1%||$31.3 million|
|No. 9||By Light Professional IT Services||Arlington, VA||Government Services||2002||6,311.3%||$13.3 million|
|No. 10||HydraMedia||Beverly Hills, CA||Advertising & MarketingHealth||2001||6,030.8%||$43.1 million|
Top 10 Inc. 5000 Companies Ranked by Revenue:
|No. 3028||Kingston Technology||Fountain Valley, CA||$3.7 billion||Computers & Electronics|
|No. 1840||Brightstar||Miami, FL||$3.6 billion||Telecommunications|
|No. 3638||Aecom Technology||Los Angeles, CA||$3.4 billion||Consulting|
|No. 1507||Related Cos.||New York, NY||$3.0 billion||Real Estate|
|No. 3882||ABC Supply||Beloit, WI||$3.0 billion||Construction|
|No. 2623||WinWholesale||Dayton, OH||$2.7 billion||Construction|
|No. 2809||Petters Group Worldwide||Minnetonka, MN||$2.2 billion||Financial Services|
|No. 4739||Discount Tire||Scottsdale, AZ||$2.1 billion||Consumer Products|
|No. 3243||Express Services||Oklahoma City, OK||$1.8 billion||Human Resources|
|No. 4693||RSC Holdings||Scottsdale, AZ||$1.7 billion||Construction|
The 2007 Inc. 5000 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 December 31, 2006, and have had at least $200,000 in revenue in 2003, and $2 million in 2006.
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To celebrate the 26th annual Inc. 500 list, Inc.com has assembled an exclusive lineup of interactive resources that includes:
- Presentations from more than 30 dynamic leaders and business experts, including former President Bill Clinton, Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, and Scott Cook
- A special taping of the MSNBC small business show "Your Business"
- Dancing the night away to Shirley King daughter of B.B. King at the House of Blues
- Networking with other business leaders during the golf tournament, held at Harborside International Golf Course
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