Firm recognized as one of fastest growing companies in Greater Washington
January 1, 2010-What makes a Future 50 winner? The key word is growth. Washington SmartCEO magazine, in partnership with Clifton Gunderson LLP, announces the publication’s fifth annual Future 50 winners, debuting in the January 2010 issue.
The Future 50 program recognizes the 50 fastest-growing companies in the Greater Washington area based on employee and revenue growth. This year’s Future 50 winners collectively employ 29,000 people and generate over $9 billion in revenue.
Winners will be recognized at the Washington SmartCEO/Clifton Gunderson basketball-themed “Nothing but Net” Future 50 event, scheduled for Jan. 28, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City.
"On behalf of the partners and employees of Clifton Gunderson, I would like to congratulate this year's Future 50 winners. This exclusive group is the embodiment of success and represents the best of our business community. We are proud to be associated with SmartCEO and this very worthwhile program,” says Patrick M. Byer, Sr., Partner-in-Charge, Clifton Gunderson LLP.
Technology, government contracting, financial institutions, staffing and many other industries are represented on this year’s list. Among the Future 50 winners are companies who have won for the fifth year in a row, and some for the first time.
In addition to the Future 50 companies, SmartCEO also recognized Emerging Growth winning companies under $10 million in revenue and Blue Chip winning companies, with excess of $150 million, or more, in revenue.
“Each winner has effectively translated their passion and innovation into tremendous growth and success,” says Jaime Park, Publisher at SmartCEO magazine. “We, along with Clifton Gunderson, are honored to recognize the fastest-growing companies in Greater Washington.”
For a complete list of winners,visit www.smartceo.com
for a list of company names and Web sites.
Washington SmartCEO magazine is a regional “growing company” publication aimed at providing resources each month to help educate, motivate and inspire Washington’s decision-makers. The publication’s readers range from younger, dynamic companies, to established multi-generational, family-owned firms.