(Updated at 2 p.m.) The Virginia Chamber of Commerce unveiled its list recognizing 50 small, fast-growing companies — and 10 businesses in Tysons and McLean are included.
Now in its 25th year, the “Fantastic 50” list highlights private Virginia companies that received high marks on their four-year revenue history, according to a press release from the chamber.
Eligible companies must have revenues between $200,000 and $200 million and demonstrate positive revenue growth and net income from last fiscal year to the most recent one, the press release said.
“Small business is the heart of our economy and we are pleased to honor the entrepreneurial spirit and hard work of Virginia’s fifty fastest growing businesses,” Barry DuVal, the president and CEO of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, said in the press release.
Tysons-area businesses that are 2020 Virginia Fantastic 50 winners:
- Alpha Omega Integration, LLC, Tysons
- The Author Incubator, McLean
- Spatial Front Inc., Tysons
- Criterion Systems Inc., Tysons
- Artemis Consulting Inc., Tysons
- MicroHealth, LLC, Tysons
- DayBlink Consulting, Tysons
- ValidaTek, Inc., Tysons
- E3/Sentinel, Tysons
- M2 Strategy, Tysons
Additionally, Alpha Omega Integration, LLC in Vienna received the 2020 Virginia Vanguard Service Award.
“Although we are unable to honor these business leaders and their dedicated teams in-person, due to COVID-19, we applaud each of these companies who continue to set the bar higher every year and want to ensure they receive the recognition they deserve for their contributions to the commonwealth,” DuVal said.
The full list is available online.
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