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No.1,272

First Stop Health

Health care company that provides 24/7 access to doctors for members calling about routine medical care.

Company Information
Industry
Health
Location
Chicago, Illinois
Leadership
Blaine Barnett
Year Founded
2012
Company Size
11-50 employees
Inc. Honors
Inc. 5000
No. 1272 (2021) 377% 3-Year Growth
No. 551 (2020), No. 375 (2019), No. 276 (2018)

No.1,273

PestRoutes OpCo

Provides customized software to pest control businesses automating all aspects of operations.

Company Information
Industry
Software
Location
McKinney, Texas
Leadership
William Chaney
Year Founded
2012
Inc. Honors
Inc. 5000
No. 1273 (2021) 377% 3-Year Growth

No.1,274

Future Today Institute

Advises a wide range of leadership teams in the public and private sectors to produce successful, measurable outcomes.

Company Information
Industry
Business Products & Services
Location
New York, New York
Leadership
Amy Webb
Year Founded
2006
Inc. Honors
Inc. 5000
No. 1274 (2021) 377% 3-Year Growth

No.1,275

Sketch Development Services

Technology company with training, coaching and software development service lines aiming to improve the way tech teams deliver.

Company Information
Industry
Software
Location
Ballwin, Missouri
Leadership
John Krewson
Year Founded
2015
Inc. Honors
Inc. 5000
No. 1275 (2021) 377% 3-Year Growth

No.1,276

SuitShop

Inclusive, direct-to-consumer e-commerce company selling stylish, high-quality suits and tuxedos for less than the cost of a rental.

Jeanne Foley.
Company Information
Industry
Retail
Location
Chicago, Illinois
Leadership
Diana Ganz
Year Founded
2016
Inc. Honors
Inc. 5000
No. 1276 (2021) 376% 3-Year Growth
Inc. 5000 Regionals: Midwest
No. 27 (2021)
Inc. Female Founders
2019

When Jeanne Foley got married, her mother blew $500 on two ill-fitting tuxedos for Jeanne’s brothers to wear just once, at the ceremony. The Under Armour veteran knew she could do better. In 2016, she launched the Groomsman Suit with childhood bestie and Sloan School of Management grad Diana Ganz. The direct-to-consumer startup sells tuxedo separates for under $200--much less than traditional rentals. But Foley says the real key to the company’s success has been its “amazing service.” Orders ship within 48 hours, and returns and exchanges are free. As a bonus, the Groomsmen Suit will ship new items before they’ve received the originals. The group-ordering service even nudges groomsmen by email to get it together and order their tuxes--it may be the best thing that’s happened to weddings since candy stations. --Jill Krasny

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