CLUTCH.CO 2013 WASHINGTON, D. C.
CEO: Michael Beares, clutch.co
Operates a site that reviews business vendors.
412 1,218.9% $5.2M 32
SIMPLE BOOTH 2013 AUSTIN
CEOS: Mark Hennings and Jeremy Cox,
Creates iPad-based photo booths and selfie
stations for social and business events.
414 1,209.6% $3.3M 23
JB OFFICE 2012 CHATS WORTH, CALIF.
CEOS: Julian De Salay and Brian Borna,
Provides o;ce, janitorial, and printer supplies,
along with o;ce furniture.
421 1, 189.6% $2M 9
DIESEL LAPTOPS 2010 GILBERT, S.C.
CEO: Tyler Robertson, diesellaptops.com
Sells specialized diesel diagnostic hardware
422 1, 188.2% $16.4M 65
1991 BRUNSWICK, OHIO
CEO: Tom Shieh, crimcheck.com
Provides background checks for employers.
428 1, 165.9% $6M 32
•RELATIONEDGE 2013 SAN DIEGO
CEO: Matthew Stoyka, relationedge.com
Provides digital marketing and business
429 1, 164.7% $18.8M 98
ACUIT Y SCHEDULING
2007 ALLENTO WN, PA.
CEO: Gavin Zuchlinski, acuityscheduling.com
Allows small businesses to manage appointments online.
436 1, 156.6% $6.9M 25
• •OCCAMS ADVISORY 2012 NE W YORK CI TY CEO: Anupam Satyasheel, occamsadvisory.com
Creates and implements business strategies
for small and midsize firms.
438 1, 153.6% $5.1M 9
2007 ALPHARE TTA, GA.
CEOS: Pratt Pande, Sudhir Pande, Tej Pande,
and Preeta Pande, proformaip.com
Provides marketing, printing, and related
448 1, 136.4% $5.2M 12
INNOVATEMAP 2014 INDIANAPOLIS
CEO: Mike Reynolds, innovatemap.com
Designs digital products and services and
provides related consulting.
452 1, 131.3% $3M 16
TAPRESEARCH 2013 SAN CARLOS, CALIF.
CEO: Aaron Platshon, tapresearch.com
Performs data collection and app
monetization through mobile surveys.
454 1, 117.9% $7.7M 10
• SIGNS.COM 2012 SALT LAKE CI TY
CEO: Nelson James, signs.com
Makes custom signage for businesses and
home-decor prints for consumers.
458 1, 112.2% $14.8M 32
CLEAR TOUCH INTERACTIVE
2012 GREENVILLE, S. C.
CEO: Keone Trask, getcleartouch.com
Provides interactive panel technologies used
in classrooms and businesses.
490 1,036.4% $21.6M 27
THE LANGUAGE GROUP
1999 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
CEO: Giovanni Donatelli, thelanguagegroup.com
Provides translation and interpretation
services to hospitals, government, and manufacturing facilities.
500 1,014.1% $4.6M 23
DIAMOND ASSETS 2014 MILTON, WIS.
CEO: Mike McKenna, diamond-assets.com
Buys used Apple hardware from organizations
and provides related trade-up services.
7 19,717.5% $43.1M 41
EXPERIMAC 2012 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
CEO: Ray Titus, experimac.com
Sells used Apple products from franchised
locations across the country.
57 4,787.9% $12.4M 348
2013 MOUNT LAUREL, N. J.
CEOS: Stacey Rock and Devon Cappella-Wyscoki,
Sells computer and networking equipment,
software, and hardware to government and
62 4,477.7% $14.1M 9
CEO: Shane Johnson, chromebookparts.com
Repairs and sells computer hardware to
consumers, retailers, and the education sector.
416 1,207.1% $5.4M 17
ALPHACORE 2012 TEMPE, ARIZ.
CEO: Esko Mikkola, alphacoreinc.com
Develops electronic hardware for aerospace,
defense, and scientific instrumentation
420 1, 196.5% $3.3M 21
LIVE OAK CONTRACTING
2014 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
CEO: Paul Bertozzi, liveoakcontracting.com
Provides general contracting, specializing in
multifamily and commercial construction.
34 7,382.3% $62M 38
2013 WILMINGTON, DEL.
CEO: Anton Ladden, homestarremodeling.com
Installs siding, doors, roofing, and windows.
53 4,922.7% $5.3M 47
APEX AIR 2014 VANCOUVER, WASH.
CEOS: Timothy Hay and Vinnie Ferguson,
Provides residential and commercial HVAC
sales, installation, and repairs.
89 3,841.7% $11.6M 45
GREEN BAY REMODELING
2014 CONCORD, CALIF.
CEO: Avichai Hazan,
Provides general contracting focused on
remodeling projects for commercial and
119 3,314.2% $5.7M 20
2012 PLEASANT VIE W, TENN.
CEO: Josh Hastings, hastingsmgt.com
Performs commercial and residential
construction, including new construction,
remodels, additions, and custom projects.
147 2,852.2% $3M 8
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WHAT WAS THE FUNNIEST THING THAT
HAPPENED IN THE FIRST YEAR OF YOUR BUSINESS?
“The fact that I didn’t realize the full opportunity that is our domain name/brand, or how to build and market it, and I simply did nothing with it for six months.”
—SHANE JOHNSON, Chromebookparts.com