122 South Florida companies make Inc. 5000 list

 

ndahlberg@MiamiHerald.com

Inc. magazine unveiled its annual list of fastest-growing private companies in America on Wednesday, and 122 companies from the Miami metropolitan area made the cut.

Showroom Logic, a 90-employee company in Miami founded in 2009, came in at No. 26 with 8,449 percent growth in the past three years and $13.4 million in 2013 revenue. Showroom Logic offers software tools and customized advertising programs for the auto industry, including its AdLogic platform built from the ground up specifically for car dealers.

IQ Formulations, a Sunrise maker of nutritional supplements for sports and fitness enthusiasts, was No. 50 with 5,486 percent three-year growth and $8.3 million 2013 revenue. The company was founded in 2010 and has 35 employees, according to Inc.

Other Miami companies that ranked particularly high: Acordis International of Miramar (No. 71), LogoUp.com of Pompano Beach (no. 80), MobileHelp of Boca Raton (111), SmackTom.com of Miami (125); CareCloud of Miami (127) and 3A/Worldwide of Miami (175). See the full list of Miami area companies here.

For only the second time in the 33-year history of the Inc. 5000, the No. 1 company was a repeat winner. Children’s tablet maker Fuhu, based in El Segundo, Calif., reported a jaw-dropping 158,956.9 percent sales surge over the past three years, Inc. said.

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