Company Profile

No.43

Medisked

A provider of administrative software to health and human services organizations.

Company Information
Industry
Software
Year Founded
2003
Location
Rochester, New York
Leadership
Doug Golub, Tom Hogan
Twitter
Inc. Honors
Regionals Northeast
No. 43 (2021) 321% 2-Year Growth
Inc. 5000
No. 1068 (2020), No. 2437 (2019), No. 3383 (2018), No. 1953 (2017)

No.44

Full Circle Brands

Creates sustainable home care products that are thoughtfully designed, functionally innovative, and responsibly produced for earth-conscious living.

Company Information
Industry
Manufacturing
Year Founded
2009
Location
NY, New York
Leadership
Tal Chitayat
Inc. Honors
Regionals Northeast
No. 44 (2021) 89% 2-Year Growth
No. 101 (2022)
Inc. 5000
No. 2010 (2021), No. 707 (2020), No. 544 (2019), No. 1436 (2018), No. 2607 (2017), No. 3916 (2016), No. 895 (2015), No. 569 (2014)

No.45

Wellbots

Online retailer of smart products including robotic vacuums, pool cleaners, electric scooters, bikes, drones, watches, power stations and air purifiers.

Company Information
Industry
Retail
Year Founded
2014
Location
New York, New York
Leadership
Philippe Berdugo
Twitter
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Wellbots is the leading online retailer of Smart Products including robot vacuums, pool cleaners, electric scooters & bikes, drones, smartwatches, portable power stations, air purifiers, smart locks and more. The company has made the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Companies four times in a row (2019-2022), as well as the Financial Times 2021 Ranking of Americas’ Fastest-Growing Companies. Wellbots sells a carefully curated selection of best-in-class products manufactured by its partner brands including iRobot, Garmin, Google Nest, Segway, August, SharkNinja, Ring and 500 more brands. Wellbots boasts strategic partnerships with The Verge and Engadget, is a Google Trusted Store, and annually releases the Wellbots Ranking of the Top 25 Smart Products. Since its launch, Wellbots has grown into one of the Internet-of-Things industry's leading authorities. Profitable: Yes. 2022 Revenue (est.): $30M. Website: https://www.wellbots.com

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Inc. Honors
Regionals Northeast
No. 45 (2021) 439% 2-Year Growth
No. 34 (2022)
Inc. 5000
No. 869 (2020), No. 860 (2019)

No.46

Urban FT Group

Financial technology services provider helping financial institutions deliver exceptional customer-driven digital experiences through its FinTech Core technology.

Company Information
Industry
Financial Services
Year Founded
2012
Location
Minnetonka, Minnesota
Leadership
Cliff Mason
Twitter
Verified profile

Urban FT has become one of the Banking and Payment Industry’s leading and fastest growing financial technology providers. Today, Urban FT serves over 500 financial institutions, processes over $18bn in transactions a year, powers over 5-million mobile sessions a month, and processes over 12-million images a year. By challenging the status quo and solving real problems for FIs of all sizes, Urban FT continues to enjoy accelerated growth through delivering relevant and needed solutions. Urban FT’s X-35 FinTech Core™ is a reflection of its commitment to fundamentally changing the way FIs access FinTech infrastructure to innovate and compete with their offerings. Urban FT is headquartered in New York City, with additional operational locations in Minnesota and California.

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Inc. Honors
Regionals Northeast
No. 46 (2021) 391% 2-Year Growth
Inc. 5000
No. 1231 (2021), No. 905 (2020)

No.47

Bombas

A premium basics brand with a mission to help the homeless, donating specially designed products with every purchase.

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Company Information
Industry
Retail
Year Founded
2013
Location
New York, New York
Leadership
David Heath
Website
Twitter
Verified profile

Bombas is a comfort-focused, premium basics brand with a mission to help those in need. The company was originally founded in 2013 because socks are the #1 most requested clothing item at homeless shelters. Underwear and t-shirts are #2 and #3 respectively. While the brand started with and is known for its extremely comfortable socks, Bombas used its expertise in comfort to launch into apparel with t-shirts in 2019 and most recently, underwear in 2021. For every item purchased, a specially-designed item is donated to the homeless community. To date, Bombas has donated more than 50 million items to those at-risk, in need, and experiencing homelessness.

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Inc. Honors
Inc. Best Workplaces
2019, 2018

WHY WE THINK WE'RE A GREAT PLACE TO WORK

We empower our employees to be at their very best and help them to believe in themselves. We let them take time to align professional and personal goals and trust our team members to get their work done. Need to work from home to watch your children for a day? We understand, no problem. Had a great month and want to head out early on a Friday to go skiing up north for the weekend? Go for it, you earned it. Need come in late due to a doctor's appointment? We've all been there.

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Inc. Best in Business
Retail (2020)

Knowing that socks are the most requested item in shelters, e-tailer Bombas has long donated them and other garments to the unhoused with each customer purchase. During the pandemic, Bombas leveraged relationships with other like-minded companies to spearhead donations of 300 sheets, 430,000 bars of soap, and 10,000 individually wrapped snacks. It also donated 50,000 pairs of supportive socks to doctors and nurses at nearly 200 hospitals nationwide and volunteered critically needed items, including over 113,500 pairs of socks and T-shirts, to the Food Bank of New York City, the Doctors Without Borders mobile shower program, the Department of Homeless Services, NYC’s Jacob Javits Center, and the USNS Comfort. This year, the company also made five $50,000 donations to organizations working to combat racial injustice.

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Regionals Northeast
No. 47 (2021) 135% 2-Year Growth
No. 74 (2022)
Inc. 5000
No. 1186 (2021), No. 515 (2020), No. 165 (2019), No. 175 (2018)