FluidEdge Consulting inducted into Philadelphia 100 Hall of Fame
October 2, 2015
After making the Philadelphia 100 list five years in a row, FluidEdge Consulting has claimed the distinct honor of being inducted into the Philadelphia 100 Hall of Fame this October, demonstrating sustainable growth and high quality performance.
Started in 1988 by the Entrepreneurs’ Forum of Greater Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Business Journal and the Wharton Small Business Development Center, the Philadelphia 100 is an annual listing of the “fastest growing, privately held companies” in Philadelphia and its surrounding counties, according to philadelphia100.com.
To determine the companies on the list, the Wharton Small Business Development Center analyzes the percentage increase in sales over a multi-year time frame of nominated businesses.
This year, FluidEdge ranked as number 58 on the list, in addition to ranking for the past four years.
This multi-year ranking qualified FluidEdge for induction into the list’s hall of fame, which was created in 2004 to honor companies who make the list five times or more.
To date, FluidEdge consulting is one of approximately 43 companies to be inducted into the Philadelphia 100 Hall of Fame, according to philadelphia100.com.
“Over the past five years, we have experienced fast paced growth that is a direct result of the hard work, time and effort our team puts in every day, and we are honored to be recognized on such a prestigious list,” said Shawn Archambault, President of FluidEdge Consulting. “This external recognition confirms the significance of our accomplishments in the healthcare consulting field.”
For more information on the Philadelphia 100 program, visit philadelphia100.com.
To see the list of other awards presented to FluidEdge in 2015, please click here.