Has developed a mobile platform that enables users to host streaming video game tournaments and to interact directly with other fans of live sporting events.
Skillz, the leading mobile eSports platform, connects the world’s 2.6 billion mobile gamers through competition. In 2017, Skillz was named the #1 fastest-growing private company in America by Inc. Magazine, the first eSports company on CNBC’s Disruptor 50, and the only eSports company on the San Francisco Business Times Fast 100. Over 12 million gamers use Skillz to compete in mobile games across 3,000+ game studios. Founded in 2012, Skillz is headquartered in San Francisco and backed by leading venture capitalists as well as the owners of the New England Patriots, Milwaukee Bucks, New York Mets and Sacramento Kings.
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Provides homeowners and businesses with solar, energy storage, and energy management services.
EnviroSolar Power installs and manages solar energy services in both residential and commercial facilities. Founded in 2012, the Fort Worth company provides a free home energy assessment to customers, and if solar energy is a fit, it helps clients install and maintain their systems. EnviroSolar posted 2016 revenue of $37.4 million, up 36,000 percent in three years--helping it land at No. 2 on this year’s Inc. 5000.
Delivers a mobile marketplace for last-minute tickets to live sporting events.
Brad Griffith came up with the idea for Gametime in 2012, after missing a half hour of a San Francisco Giants game trying to persuade a bar owner to let him print his tickets using the bar’s printer. In 2016, Griffith’s last-minute mobile ticketing app, which tacks on a fee for each ticket purchase, amassed more than $48 million in revenue, up 34,000 percent since it launched in 2013. It has today signed up users in 53 major U.S. cities and seven in Canada.
Club Pilates Franchise
Offers Pilates classes to clients throughout the United States with a mission to make Pilates and exercise classes more accessible to different communities.
Club Pilates Franchise is bulking up. The fitness company’s stated goal is to open 932 studios across the U.S. by early next year--and it’s well on its way to achieving that milestone. The company has seen tremendous growth since Anthony Geisler bought the business from its founder Allison Beardsley in 2015. Franchisees typically pay $200,000 to open one exercise studio, and so far more than 550 locations have been acquired. The Costa Mesa, California-based company reeled in $26.7 million in 2016 revenue, an uptick of 21,319 percent from 2013.
Halo Top Creamery
Makes all-natural, low-calorie ice cream.
Halo Top Creamery has sold 50 million pints since January, and shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. Founded in 2012 as Eden Creamery, the low-calorie, low-sugar, high-protein ice cream brand changed its name a year later and then rehabbed all of its packaging in 2015. Founder and CEO Justin Woolverton leveraged the eye-catching new look and a viral GQ article to bring Halo Top to No. 5 on this year’s Inc. 5000, after pulling in $49 million in 2016 and growing almost 21,000 percent in three years.