The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) and Fortune announced this week that Devbridge, a digital products company, had been selected for its prestigious 2016 Inner City 100 list. This recognition places Devbridge in an exemplary lineage of nearly 900 fast-growing and innovative inner city businesses.
ICIC’s Inner City 100 is an annually compiled and released list that features high-power, high-potential businesses from around the country with headquarters in inner cities. Each company is selected by ICIC, a national nonprofit founded in 1994, by Harvard Business School professor Michael E. Porter to promote economic prosperity in America's inner cities through private sector investment that leads to jobs, income and wealth creation for local residents. Ranked by revenue growth, the esteemed recipients go on to have their names published in Fortune.
Devbridge ranked 16 overall on the list of 100 with a five-year growth rate of 689% percent from 2011-2015. “We are extremely honored to be recognized by ICIC and Fortune for our achievements,” says Aurimas Adomavicius, President of Devbridge. “Since founding Devbridge it has always been our primary objective to grow a business that individuals would be proud to work for and where they could grow themselves,” he continues.
To learn more about the ICIC or the Inner City 100 Methodology, visit icic.org.