Four Loudoun companies named to Virginia Chamber Fantastic 50
Arcogent Inc., Amatea LLC, AutoUpLink Mid-Atlantic and APG Technologies all made the list for 2014.
The Fantastic 50 looks at a company's growth over the past four years as well as positive net income.
In order to qualify a company must be privately held, with sales between $200,000 and $100 million.
“To be successful in the global economy, Virginia must support and encourage our entrepreneurs and the innovation they bring to our economy,” said Virginia Chamber President and CEO Barry DuVal at the awards ceremony May 1. “Our goal is to ensure the commonwealth is the top place in the world in which to start and grow a business.”
Arcogent is a data analytics and storage solution company based in Ashburn. Its No.. 16 ranking puts it first in the Fantastic 50 rankings among Loudoun businesses.
The company also recently grabbed a Unites States Chamber of Commerce Blue Ribbon Award given to 100 of the top companies in the country.
Amatea, the 24th-ranked business, is a procurement solutions provider for local, state and federal projects which explains itself as "a for-profit socially aware and socially responsible company with a vision and mission of social betterment."
AutoUplink helps car dealerships market themselves by providing inventory data, as well as vehicle imaging and online web services.
APG Technologies is a company providing information systems engineering for defense and intelligence agencies across the area.
APG was also named to Inc. magazine's 5000 fastest-growing companies in 2013.
Local chambers of commerce, economic development departments and even the companies themselves put in nominations last fall.
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