With a three-year growth 75,661 per cent over last year’s revenue $98.9 million, Swan Leap, Wisconsin-based company, which was founded in 2013, takes the crown this year. This shipping software company provides freight audits and use block-chain technology to advance inventory management. The company’s CEO, Brad Hollister has developed his squad more than 10-fold within the last three years, from 4 to 49 human sources in 2017.
With a three-year growth 71,424 per cent over last year’s revenue $168.8 million, David Barnett, a former philosophy professor, started a business with name PopSockets. After a success kick-starter campaign in 2012 and many products iteration, the Boulder, CO-based business started marketing its now omnipresent smartphone accessory in 2014. Since then, the corporate has employed quite 100 workers and sold over 40 million units across the world.
Last year’s revenue $255 million with a three-year growth of 60,166 per cent, Pat Vihtelic started his meal-kit delivery service in 2013. The Chicago-based startup partners with skilled chefs to make fast and easy-to-follow recipes like Sesame Chicken Salad, and delivers all needed ingredients in pre-portioned packets on to the customer door. Kroger acquires the corporate for $200 million in May and it’ll begin marketing standalone meal kits in the elite store.
The Denver-based professional leader organization, Velocity Global, provides payroll, colonization, consulting, and human resources services for employees, permitting its purchasers to control globally while not the fuss. The 4-year-old startup has grown with a three-year growth of 39,817 per cent over 2017 revenue $49.1 million.
The Scottsdale, AZ-based business, Depcom Power, which was founded in 2013, has earned with a three-year growth 38,963 per cent over last year’s revenue $219.5 million. The company led by founder Jim Lamon and provides engineering assistance, furthermore as operations, acquisition, and construction services for a turnkey expertise.