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Jordan Cram, President

Enstoa
New York City

No. 154
2010 Revenue: $3.5 million
Three-Year Growth: 1,848%

The first international client Enstoa, an IT services company, ever had was a petrochemicals company in Saudi Arabia. Jordan Cram (pictured top left) is fluent in Arabic, so he jumped at the opportunity. Since then, Enstoa has set up offices in the U.K. and Australia, and has its sights set on Panama. Though the company has six international employees, Cram travels to each location frequently. “I like face time,” he says, “and I don’t mind flying to Australia for lunch.”