Top 100 Philly Area firms on 2012 Inc. 5000




Tom Paine


Here are the top 100 Philly area firms on the 2012 Inc. 5000. The top 3 are Leadnomics (Philadelphia), sales lead information, #26 nationwide; Accolade (Plymouth Meeting), health care assistance services, #33; and WebiMax (Mount Laurel), SEO/SEM services, #37.

I like to point out that some of the highest ranked companies are starting from a very small base, and that revenue growth by itself is often not the best indicator of future success. There are presumably others that could qualify for this list but prefer to keep their revenue figures confidential. Also, this year Inc. seems to have a (free) signup requirement if you are to have access to all the information.



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Daily Links 8/21/2012: Leno jabs NBC, Comcast, while ABC moves Kimmel to 11:35



Jay Leno jabs NBC, Comcast about ‘Tonight Show’ budget cuts [VIDEO] (Washington Post)

Jimmy Kimmel to Move to 11:35 in January, ABC Announces (New York Times: Media Decoder)

Verizon, Comcast Airwaves Deal Said to Have Votes at FCC (Bloomberg)

Comcast Calls Tennis Channel Decision 'Nakedly Content-Based Restriction"
Reiterates to Court that FCC is Micromanaging Speech Via 'Unprecedented','Distorted' Ruling
(Multichannel News)

SAP Sues Insurer Over Waste Management Lawsuit Settlement (PC World)

Kony Solutions Buys Aussie Sky Technologies As Mobile Enterprise Consolidates (TechCrunch)
Sky Technologies specializes in mobile SAP implementations.

Workday 17: more significant enhancements (Dennis Howlett/ZDNet Blogs)

After Making Millions, Two 20-Somethings Have Founded A Startup To Help Fight Cancer (Silicon Alley Insider)
Invite Media co-founders Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg's new startup.

Feds To Break Up Tech’s Investor Party (Wired)

Dell Profit Falls On Lower Sales, Shares Down (MarketWatch
via Fox Business)



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