The Fast 50 winners were selected and ranked based on a formula that counts revenue growth and profitability in the preceding three years (2010-2012). The numbers are crunched and analyzed by PricewaterhouseCoopers, a Fast 50 partner.
“These winners represent organizations who have been champions of growth in the Triangle,” said Bryan Hamilton, publisher of Triangle Business Journal, in their announcement. “These leaders are doing all they can to add jobs and inject cash into our community, and we’re so thankful for it.
The rankings won’t be shared until the Fast 50 Awards dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 19. Stay tuned for our final ranking!