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Uh-oh! Top 2022 Inc. 5000 company sinking fast?

Winners and runners-up in the 2022 Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies

BlockFi, a Jersey City, NJ, financial services company ‘bridging the gap between traditional finance and cryptocurrency’, is (was?) the top dog this year with a 245,616% 3-year growth rate. A statement on the BlockFi website says it has filed voluntary cases under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Some say the industry is a Ponzi scheme.

blockfi website

In second place (now first?) is SnapNurse, a tech-enabled health care staffing platform ‘transforming the way nurses are recruited’. Located in Atlanta, Ga., it boasts a 146,319% 3-year growth rate. SnapNurse has “helped facilities across the country by placing thousands of on-demand nurses and allied professionals in as little as 24 hours.”

Third on the Inc. 5000 List is CDL 1000, which provides a ‘one-stop solution from port to door for B2B clients’. Located in Lyons Township (Cook County), Ill., CDL 1000 says that drayage is the most important part of the journey. Drayage is the transport of goods over a short distance in the shipping and logistics industries, often part of a longer overall move, such as from a ship to a warehouse. The company has a 56,135% 3-year growth rate.

Congratulations to all Inc 5000 winners. Visit the site to discover the most successful companies in America and what they reveal about the future of business.

A 48,345% growth rate over three years!

The 2021 Winner of the Inc. 5000 is HumanBees, a business that ‘supplies quality talent for temporary workforce needs at a moment’s notice.’ Located in Lathrop, Calif., home of ITT Technical Institute, its three-year growth rate was 48,345%.

Read more about HumanBees.

humanbees website

Congratulations to Louisville’s CRG Automation, Kentucky’s top Inc. 5000 company, with a 2,473% three-year growth rate. CRG provides design-build services for packaging solutions and custom assembly and manufacturing solutions.

CRG website

See the list of Metro Louisville’s Inc 5000 winners and other selections here.

Collateral Damage

The many excellent employees of hospitals, schools and corporations of all stripes, who refused to be jabbed, are creating new worlds.

Axed healthcare workers, for example, are starting up new healing enterprises that provide innovative help not available from their former employers. How exciting to witness their resilience and networking successes! Bumped teachers are stepping up to new ventures in superior academics.

Lots of small businesses are the winners: they get quality job applicants and more opportunities to push ahead to growth, profits and service. With more profits, more outstanding candidates will be hired.

Three cheers for the castaways— You inspire us!

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