Retails bed, bath, and home accessories including bed and bath linens, mattresses, outdoor furniture, and garden accessories online.
The Evansville, Ind.-based ecommerce retailer of bedding, bath, home and garden products. eLuxurySupply.com’s quick timing to market with new products, customer service focus, and strong corporate culture of hard work helped it become the fourth fastest growing company in America. The direct-to-consumer retailer also recently expanded to wholesale hospitality and military accounts. Former Marine Paul Saunders started the company is his garage in 2009. Today, his employ of efficient cash flow management and innovative manufacturing practices has helped the company’s revenue ratchet up 23,619 percent to more than $30.6 million in 2015.
B2B social network that provides a collaboration platform, business services and access to new customers.
Company.com is a social network and resource hub for small businesses. The Atlanta-based firm lets executives interact with employees, distributors, and other partners. It also sells tools such as payments processing or legal assistance. Since launching the business seven years ago, co-founder and CEO Bill Wade helped to grow sales to more than $33 million in 2015, up from just $131,481 in 2012. That massive 23,486 percent growth rate lands Company.com on the 2016 Inc. 5000 list at No. 5 (previously, in 2015, it made the list at No. 10.) Wade made some big adjustments in the past year, including opening up a sales office in Chicago.
Provides professional employer organization and employer of record services, helping companies onboard and manage employees internationally in over 150 countries.
WHY WE THINK WE'RE A GREAT PLACE TO WORK
We have an extremely supportive work environment. From associate level employees to the executive team, everyone is always open-minded and supportive of other people's ideas, feelings, and suggestions. Employees feel like their opinions and voices are not only heard, but valued. The executive team has an open door and a transparent communication style that makes employees feel safe and involved. In addition, our CEO, Nicole Sahin, is one of a kind. She is full of energy and spunk, and is truly passionate about her work and her employees. She sets the tone for the whole team and inspires us every day.
Provides a platform that automates conversion rate optimization and user acquisition and enables direct marketing by its clients in e-commerce, B2B, travel, and publishing.
WHY WE THINK WE'RE A GREAT PLACE TO WORKounceX is highly focused on performance for our clients and for each other. We foster that environment by giving incredibly motivated individuals the autonomy and resources to perform to the best of their abilities. As a result, our team feels personally invested in the trajectory of their ongoing responsibilities and are encouraged to innovate and take their work and department to the next level. We have clear principles about hiring smart, hungry talented people who are team players and humble about themselves and value team first. In terms of flexibility, BounceX offers 20 days paid vacation with 2 work from home days a month as a standard. We also have several employees who work remotely. Case in point: as long as you are getting your work done, you are free to manage your personal life. Full competitive benefits include health, vision, dental, disability and a matching 401(K). We have a fully stocked kitchen and evening Seamless for those times people may have to stay late to wrap up a project.
Provides strategy and creative services for social, digital, and TV advertising, and produces content for live action, digital, and experiential projects.
When co-founders Dex Deboree and Seth Epstein took over the now-defunct Stardust production studio to build Los York in 2012, they had $1 million in debt. They were paid up in just six months. Most traditional ad agencies come up with the ideas, then flip them over to a production company to turn them into reality. Los York does both, with a focus on quality storytelling rather than glitzy style. It's helped them attract giant global brands like Nike’s Jordan, Motorola, Toyota, Sonos and WeChat. That’s helped the Santa Monica, California-based company notch nearly $15.6 million in 2015 revenue--landing it at No. 8 on this year’s Inc. 5000.