Three-Year Growth: 779.2%
2004 Revenue: $177 million
What it does: Provides development, marketing, and distribution for its own and other companies' consumer products--everything from suits to investment software--and fills the resulting orders. Why it's growing: Companies that don't have the human or financial wherewithal to launch pricey marketing campaigns sign on with Dynetech, which puts up all the capital to market and sell its clients' goods--and then takes 50% of the profit.
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