We all acknowledge that women are significantly underrepresented in leadership posts, tech enterprises, as well as when it comes to gaining funding. Despite the odds, women remain significant in the world of business. Looking through 2019’s Inc. 5000 ranking, you’ll realize that women are running rapidly expanding companies across a broad range of industries including women-led companies in conventional male-dominated domains like solar energy, Information Technology, and construction.
In this article, we will look at 10 top female-owned companies, rated by revenue increase rate over the past 3 years.
1. Kinect Solar
Kinect Solar, founded by Lauren Carson and her sister Annie in 2015, is an autonomous seller and online marketplace for renewable energy facilities. The company trades and distributes renewable-energy accessories at wholesale rates. Kinect Solar was listed number 162 in the 2019 Inc. 5000 rankings with a 3-year growth rate of 2,358% and a revenue of 13.3M dollars in 2018. The company is based in Austin but moves outputs across the United States, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
2. Tridant Solutions
Tridant Solutions is an established woman-owned company founded in 2005 by Annette Palazuelos. The company is famously serving State agencies and commercial entities nationally since 2005. The United States Navy, Air force, and National Guard constitutes its list of clients. The company was ranked No. 157 in the 2019 Inc 5000 rankings with a 3-year growth rate of 2.416% and revenue of $3.0M as of 2018.
3. Arsenal Strength
Arsenal Strength, founded in 2014 by Jaime and Andrew Hall, is the leading supplier of strength equipment and gym design globally. The company sells strength training equipment and design facilities for gyms, private studios, and fitness clubs across the country. The company has a 3-year growth rate of 2.579% and a revenue of $4.7M in 2018. it was ranked No 144 in the 2019 Inc 5000 rank.
4. Sweet Loren’s
After defeating cancer at a very young age, Loren Brill founded this refrigerated cookie dough company in 2010, when she couldn’t find great-tasting cookies composed from her chosen ingredients. The company was rank No. 144 in the 2019 Inc. 5000 rankings with a 2018 revenue of $6.4M and a 3-year growth rate of 3.026%.
5. LoveBug Probiotics
The company was founded by Ashley Harris in 2014 after she suffered from severe microbiome imbalance and developed the passion to help people enhance their gut health and well-being. The company was rank N0.140 in the 2019 Inc rankings with $3.1M revenue for the year 2018 and a 3 years growth rate of 2,621%.
6. Solvix Solutions
Solvix Solutions, a limited liability company, was founded in 2013 by Stacey Rock, as a woman-owned small business (WOSB) with a focus to provide top technology products and services to the United States Government and Military. The company supplies hardware and other technology services for the government as well as for commercial customers. It was ranked No. 139 on the 2019 Inc rankings with a 2018 revenue of $20.4M and a 3-year growth rate of 2.624%.
7. WT Stevens Construction
WT Stevens Construction is a woman-owned company founded by Rhonda Grayer in 2002. The company renders contracting and construction services for the government and commercial customers. The company was ranked No.79 in the 2019 Inc. 5000 rankings with a 3-year growth rate of 4,090% and $7.2M 2018 revenue.
8. Core Software Technologies
Core Software is a software company founded in 2011 by Nagjyothi Pothukanuri. The company provides embedded internet for businesses and networking technologies to the health care and banking industries. The company was ranked No 74 in the 2019 Inc rankings with a 3-year growth rate of 4.283% and $14.3% revenue in 2018.
Nutpods is a plant-based food company founded by Madeline Haydon in 2013 based on her personal needs. Haydon raised thirty-two thousand dollars on Kickstarter in 2013 for the dairy-free creamers cooked from a mixture of coconuts and almonds. 2 years afterward, Haydon launched her product on amazon and obtained a placement in some Seattle-area retailers. Since then, Nutpods claims to hold the first position as far as plant-based creamer on Amazon is concerned. The Company was ranked No. 13 on the 2019 5000 Inc. rankings with a 3-year growth rate of 11,623% and $19.1M revenue in 2018.
10. Not Ordinary Media (NOM)
It is an advertising technology company co-founded by Loren Rochelle and Brent Neill in 2014. The company focuses on optimizing customer’s video distribution via channels such as YouTube. NOM was ranked No 10 in the 2019 Inc. rankings with a 3-year growth rate of 11,996% and $21.4M revenue in 2018.
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