Founders 40
Inc.'s List of Newly Public Companies, Driving Innovation in 2016
The entrepreneurial, fast-growing, middle-market companies on this year's Founders 40 list have taken on a new challenge in the past three years: the always unpredictable public markets. But these companies haven't let the change in their status distract them from their original mission--or their commitment to rapid growth.
Inc.'s List of Newly Public Companies, Driving Innovation in 2016
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Operates fast-casual burger restaurants
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Home solar installation, financing, and leasing
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Why Fitbit's latest successes have nothing to do with fitness trackers
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Manufactures medical devices for various vascular conditions
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Provides security software for businesses, mobile apps, content and devices
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Technology services for health care providers
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Online marketplace for buyers and sellers of digital ads
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Distributes coupons online and through apps
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Online marketplace for child, senior, pet, and home care services
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GoPro wants to capture moments (and improve them too)
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Radio stations, live events, and digital marketing services
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Provides marketing automation and sales software
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Business analytics and data-visualization software
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Provides enterprise-grade, cloud-based Wi-Fi networks
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How Jack Dorsey's Square has succeeded where Twitter struggles
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Banking with a focus on small and medium-size businesses and consumers
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How Box grows by staying small
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Operates commercial bank branches in New Jersey
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Develops residential real estate in California and Arizona
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Digital advertising software for companies and ad agencies
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Marketing software for small and midsize businesses
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Distributes online coupons and discounts for retailers
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E-commerce platforms and software for businesses
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Cloud-based customer-service software for businesses
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Online marketplace matching lenders and borrowers
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Online service that lets customers order food from local restaurants
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Provides commercial and private banking services
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Sells storage and home-organization products
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Builds flash memory storage for data
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Maker of natural snack foods
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Provides cybersecurity support and analytics
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These founders are revolutionizing pre-natal medicine
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Builds business software for fitness companies
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A high-frequency trading firm
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Provides domain registration and hosting for websites
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Provides data analytics to health care organizations
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Operates ski resorts, mostly in the Midwest and Northeast
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Administers health savings and flexible savings accounts
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Investment banking and strategic advisory services
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Cyber­security and anti-malware software for businesses
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