SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Aug. 31, 2017 /CNW/ -- Pragmatic Marketing, the authority on product management and marketing, has earned a place on the 2017 Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest-growing private companies for the ninth year.
During 2013-2016—the three years Inc. used to determine this year's fastest-growing companies—Pragmatic Marketing achieved a 73 percent increase in revenue.
"It's a tribute to Pragmatic Marketing that after 24 years in business the company continues to make the Inc. list," said Steve Calcagno, chief financial officer of Pragmatic Marketing. "There is an ongoing and growing demand for the training and services that we provide."
Jim Foxworthy, president and CEO of Pragmatic Marketing, said, "While we are extraordinarily excited to be included for the ninth time on the Inc. 5000 list, we are particularly excited about our future. We're entering new markets, launching new products and have new sales leadership. We fully expect to earn a 10th spot on the list."
Since the list was first introduced in 1982, it has become the hallmark of entrepreneurial success and the place where future household names first make their mark. Pandora, 7 Eleven, Toys 'R' Us, Zipcar, Zappos.com and other well-known brands have been honored by the Inc. 5000.
About Pragmatic Marketing
Founded in 1993, Pragmatic Marketing helps companies build and market products people actually want to buy. The company's full-service offering enables organizations to grow revenue, go to market faster and improve customer satisfaction ratings. The proven Pragmatic Marketing Framework is being deployed in more than 8,000 companies today. For more information on training for your organization, please visit www.PragmaticMarketing.com or call 480-515-1411.
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