It's fun to peruse the 2015 Inc. 5000 List.
Loot Crate won the national competition for fastest growing company with a 3-year growth rate of 66,789%. In comparison the runner up, Paint Nite, only grew by 36,555%. Both are in the Consumer Products and Services sector.
"The Los Angeles-based Loot Crate sends as many as 650,000 monthly subscribers in 35 countries a box filled with collectibles like a Back to the Future hoverboard replica and a Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure T-shirt. The company, founded in 2012 by Chris Davis and Matthew Arevalo, tops this year’s Inc. 5000 list by overcoming shipping strikes, product scarcity, and the uncertain subscription-box economy to succeed in the business of fandom."
Among the top 10 fastest growing national winners are the two consumer product companies and two business products companies. The single categories include: government services, health, retail, advertising & marketing, energy and software.
The top Kentucky winners are graphed using the HTML5 canvas element here, and in the table below.
The hyperlinks in the table below will take you to the company's Inc. 5000 description that includes its url.