Anchorage-based btyDENTAL is Fastest-Growing Company in Alaska
The Anchorage-based Services Provider Grew 91.06 Percent Over the last Three Years
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Broadview Networks, a leading cloud services provider, has released a map naming btyDENTAL as the fastest-growing company in Alaska. Broadview created the map using data from the annual “Inc. 5000” report.
btyDENTAL, an Anchorage-based services provider, placed 3,441st on the Inc. 5000 list overall—the designation follows a three-year stretch in which they grew 91.06 percent. Annual revenue for btyDENTAL is $12.9 million.
Last year, Alaska’s fastest-growing company was AirFrames Alaska; the manufacturing company had grown 182.60% to claim the 2,046th spot on the list. AirFrames has now dropped off the list entirely.
Per the application guide, btyDENTAL satisfied the following criteria to be considered for the Inc. 5000:
- Be privately-owned, based in the United States, independent (not a subsidiary or division of another company)
- Have started earning revenue by March 31, 2013.
- Had revenue no less than $2,000,000 in 2016
- Had revenue no less than $100,000 in 2013
- Revenue in 2016 exceeded revenue in 2013
After claiming only eight states in 2016, the healthcare industry had the fastest-growing companies in nine states this year: Tennessee, Pennsylvania, North Dakota, Nebraska, Mississippi, Minnesota, Kentucky, Florida, and Alaska. Construction, energy, and software also made strong showings this year.
The “Fastest Growing Company in Each State” map reveals a certain disparity among state winners. Skillz, the leader in California, earned $54.2 million in revenue last year to go along with a three-year growth of 50,058.92 percent.
The smallest state winner was Wyoming-based Science of Skill—the company pulled in only $2 million in revenue last year, despite 836.58 percent growth.
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