A new ranking of the fastest growing privately-held companies in the United States by Inc. magazine includes 34 Arlington-based businesses.
The Arlington companies operate in fields like IT management, government services and engineering, and grew by percents ranging from 59 to 2,573.
Indev, a government services company with a focus on the transportation sector, grew 2,418 percent to be the second-highest ranked Arlington company on the list of 5,000, coming in at 178th overall.
“I’d say our success is really based upon being really focused as a small business,” said Brett Albro, a partner at the company. “We knew the transportation market was going to be our market… [and] we were really true to our strategy.”
See all of the Arlington companies to make the list below:
167. Stealth-ISS Group
239. Capitol Bridge
376. Strategic Alliance Business Group
435. Sehlke Consulting
677. GreenZone Solutions
772. Green Powered Technology
793. The Fila Group
948. MJ Seats
1253. Mobile Posse
1289. Enterprise Knowledge
1383. IDS International Government Services
1556. Metis Solutions
1708. Higher Logic
2032. OpenWater Software
2090. infoLock Technologies
2302. Global Defense
3273. DRT Strategies
3381. Toffler Associates
3706. Fors Marsh Group
3795. Segue Technologies
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