Hoosier Companies on Entrepreneur360 List

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ClearObject, formerly known as CloudOne, is headquartered in Fishers. ClearObject, formerly known as CloudOne, is headquartered in Fishers.

Three Indiana-based companies are included on Entrepreneur Magazine's list of the "Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America." The Entrepreneur360 list includes small businesses that are evaluated on four metrics: impact, innovation, growth, and leadership.

Fishers-based ClearObject is the highest-ranked Indiana company at number 31, up from number 84 last year when the company was known as CloudOne. Chief Executive Officer John McDonald called the recognition an "honor."

LTC Language Solutions in Indianapolis is ranked at number 176 on the list. Both ClearObject and LTC were also included earlier this year on the 2017 Inc. 5000 list. 

Indianapolis-based Lessonly is the final Indiana company on the Entrepreneur360 list, coming in at number 192. Last week, Lessonly announced a $2 million investment with plans to create more than 100 jobs by 2020.

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