Hoosier Companies Part of Inc. 5000

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An annual ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the country includes 63 Hoosier businesses. Greenwood-based The Garrett Companies is again tops among Indiana companies on the Inc. 5000 list, breaking into the top 10 in the U.S. for the first time. Its number 10 national ranking is the highest for an Indiana-based business since 2016 when eLuxurySupply.com in Evansville placed fourth.

In an interview last year with Inside INdiana Business, The Garrett Companies President Eric Garrett said hiring the right employees was critical to what he believed at the time to be sustainable high growth numbers. The three-year growth rate for his business jumped from over 2,000 percent in the 2017 list to nearly 15,000 percent in 2018.

Rounding out the top five in Indiana are: Indianapolis-based Innovatemap at 452, GEN-Y Hitch in Bremen at 529, 563th-ranked The Basement in Indianapolis and Phoenix Financial Services, also of Indianapolis at 594.

The publication determines the numbers based on revenue growth over the last three years. The overall top 5 are: Wisconsin-based Swan Leap, Colorado-based PopSockets, Chicago-based Home Chef, Colorado-based Velocity Global and Arizona-based DEPCOM Power.

The Indiana companies on this year's Inc. 5000 and their overall U.S. ranking are:

  • 10. The Garrett Companies - 14,822 percent - Real Estate - $82.1 million - Greenwood
  • 452. Innovatemap - 1,131 percent - Business Products & Services- $3 million - Indianapolis
  • 529. GEN-Y Hitch - 948 percent - Manufacturing - $3.8 million - Bremen
  • 563. The Basement - 898 percent - Media - $14.7 million - Indianapolis
  • 594. Phoenix Financial Services - 845 percent - Financial Services - $18.4 million - Indianapolis
  • 695. William Roam - 717 percent - Travel & Hospitality - $3.4 million - Indianapolis
  • 791. iAIRE - 630 percent - Manufacturing - $7.9 million - Indianapolis
  • 819. Magnolia Boutique - 617 percent - Retail - $4.5 million - Franklin
  • 823. SupplyKick - 611 percent - Retail - $16.7 million - Indianapolis
  • 1036. JDA Worldwide - 475 percent - Advertising & Marketing - $34 million - Carmel
  • 1319. Barratt Asset Management - 363 percent - Real Estate - $2.7 million - Indianapolis
  • 1348. Hoosier Hill Farm - 355 percent - Food & Beverage - $6.4 million - Fort Wayne
  • 1486. Hubstaff - 316 percent - Software - $2.5 million - Fishers
  • 1563. SmartBox Web Marketing - 300 percent - Advertising & Marketing - $7.1 million - New Albany
  • 1641. Ruoff Home Mortgage - 281 percent - Financial Services - $90.4 million - Fort Wayne
  • 1654. Sims-Durkin Associates Engineering Co. - 278 percent - Engineering - $3.5 million - Indianapolis
  • 1685. FormAssembly - 273 percent - Software - $5.3 million - Bloomington
  • 1736. Honest Abe Roofing - 263 percent - Construction - $7.8 million - Terre Haute
  • 1759. OPYS - 259 percent - Health - $6 million - Indianapolis
  • 1834. Cochran Exteriors - 245 percent - Construction - $14.1 million - Indianapolis
  • 1853. Hydromax USA - 243 percent - Environmental Services - $38.2 million - Evansville
  • 1857. InfraWare - 242 percent - Software - $9.1 million - Terre Haute
  • 1865. Level Up Development - 240 percent - Business Products & Services - $2.5 million - Indianapolis
  • 2161. SmarterHQ - 205 percent - Software - $7.2 million - Indianapolis
  • 2206. Her Hair Company - 200 percent - Consumer Products & Services - $6.5 million - Indianapolis
  • 2232. Prime Real Estate - 197 percent - Real Estate - $7.6 million - Crown Point
  • 2294. GenTech Associates - 191 percent - Government Services - $2.3 million - Avon
  • 2307. Adaptive Nursing and Healthcare Services - 190 percent - Health - $19.8 million - Jeffersonville
  • 2505. Formstack - 171 percent - Software - $13.1 million - Indianapolis
  • 2524. Pondurance - 170 percent - IT Management - $6.0 million - Indianapolis
  • 2627. Summit CPA Group - 161 percent - Financial Services - $4.1 million - Fort Wayne
  • 2695. Apex Energy Group - 155 percent - Construction - $3.7 million - Zionsville
  • 2773. Nix Companies - 149 percent - Manufacturing - $6.6 million - Poseyville
  • 2798. Trinity Safety Group - 147 percent - Business Products & Services - $3.3 million - Indianapolis
  • 2849. Activate Healthcare - 144 percent - Health - $32 million - Indianapolis
  • 2855. Element Three - 144 percent - Advertising & Marketing - $10 million - Indianapolis
  • 3245. Novae - 121 percent - Manufacturing - $153 million - Markle
  • 3292. Heartfelt Creations - 119 percent - Retail - $6.8 million - Goshen
  • 3431. LTC Language Solutions - 111 percent - Education - $8.7 million - Indianapolis
  • 3587. DeveloperTown - 104 percent - Software - $8.1 million - Indianapolis
  • 3833. American Specialty Health - 94 percent - Health - $497.4 million - Carmel
  • 3837. Peepers by PeeperSpecs - 94 percent - Consumer Products & Services - $12.8 million - Michigan City
  • 3900. Scorpion Coatings - 91 percent - Manufacturing - $9.7 million - Cloverdale
  • 3927. Clean Fuels National - 90 percent - Environmental Services - $7.8 million - Petroleum
  • 3944. Day Online Solutions - 90 percent - Advertising & Marketing - $5.2 million - Sellersburg
  • 3996. Morales Group - 88 percent - Human Resources - $90.6 million - Indianapolis
  • 4053. Hanapin Marketing - 86 percent - Business Products & Services - $7.9 million - Bloomington
  • 4102. Project Management Academy - 85 percent - Education - $17.7 million - West Lafayette
  • 4170. Lewellyn Technology - 83 percent - Engineering - $12.7 million - Indianapolis
  • 4177. DoubleMap - 82 percent - Logistics & Transportation - $4.9 million - Indianapolis
  • 4253. MS Companies - 79 percent - Business Products & Services - $116.6 million - Indianapolis
  • 4320. enVista - 77 percent - Logistics & Transportation - $99.3 million - Carmel
  • 4437. Equian - 74 percent - Health - $279.3 million - Indianapolis
  • 4502. Elevation Sports - 73 percent - Retail - $3.6 million - Elkhart
  • 4515. Shepherd Insurance - 72 percent - Insurance - $34 million - Carmel
  • 4540. Grote Automotive - 72 percent - Retail - $36.8 million - Fort Wayne
  • 4647. Intercambio Express - 68 percent - Financial Services - $42.3 million - Elkhart
  • 4758. HMS Global Maritime - 65 percent - Travel & Hospitality - $175.6 million - New Albany
  • 4762. Cyberian Technologies - 64 percent - IT Management - $4.7 million - Indianapolis
  • 4778. Ellison Bakery - 64 percent - Food & Beverage - $29.9 million - Ft. Wayne
  • 4803. Creative Works - 63 percent - Business Products & Services - $10.5 million - Mooresville
  • 4844. Safe Hiring Solutions - 62 percent - Security - $3.6 million - Danville
  • 4925. Senior1Care - 60 percent - Health - $6.8 million - Mishawaka

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