Detroit, Mich., USA (Aug. 18, 2017) — Seven members of the Detroit chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) — the world’s leading peer-to-peer network of successful business leaders — were named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 list this week. The annual list curated by Inc. ranks the fastest-growing private sector companies in the United States.
“EO Detroit is very proud of the members who have achieved this success and recognition,” said Matthew Wolf, president of EO Detroit. “Through member experience sharing, monthly learning events and peer-to-peer networking, we help our members grow and scale their business.”
The following EO Detroit members were named to the 2017 Inc. 5000 list:
- Allure Medical Spa (#3159, Shelby Township)
Allure Medical Spa was one of the first medical spas to open in the U.S. Owner Dr. Charles Mok has performed thousands of non-surgical varicose vein removal procedures as well as non-surgical fat and cellulite reduction treatments, facial rejuvenation procedures and cosmetic surgical services.
- Company Folders (#3188, Pontiac)
Since 2003, Company Folders has printed more than 10 million folders for more than 5,000 customers, including Fortune 500 companies, universities, government entities and nonprofits. Company Folders’ products come with a lifetime warranty.
- Concorde Holdings (#4064, Livonia)
Concorde was founded by entrepreneurs with extensive finance industry experience to provide better services for financial advisors. Concorde offers support for financial advisors through three lines of business: Concorde Investment Services, Concorde Asset Management and Concorde Insurance Agency.
- CORE Partners (#1422, Bingham Farms)
CORE Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm with expertise in commercial brokerage, property and asset management, real estate advisory, construction, design and development service. CORE Partners assists clients ranging from corporations to institutions and real estate developers in achieving their objectives. The company has more than 10 million square feet under management and completed nearly 3 million of square feet in brokerage transactions in 2016.
- ImageSoft (#4658, Southfield)
ImageSoft provides content management solutions that enable organizations to operate more efficiently and effectively. The company creates document and process management solutions to automate, streamline and improve workplace processes.
- Kyyba (#4703, Farmington)
Kyyba is a global staff augmentation and project solutions firm, serving Fortune 500 and middle-market companies in a variety of industries, including automotive, insurance, technology, financial, transportation and government.
- Service First Logistics (#2515, Auburn Hills)
Service First Logistics is a third-party logistics firm focused on technology-driven freight management and specializing in shipping fresh produce and refrigerated foods. The company’s transportation management software platform provides real-time shipment visibility, a collaborative messaging platform and paperless document tracking and storage.
A total of 316 EO members earned a spot on the 2017 Inc. 5000 list.
“The Inc. 5000 list has proven to be a definitive guide of businesses to watch in the US,” said Brian Brault, EO Global Chairman and member of the EO Western New York Chapter. “Having 316 EO members featured on this year’s list is something we take great pride in and we wish them all further success in the years to come. One of EO’s core values is to ‘make a mark’ and it is truly inspirational to see members that share these values go forth to leave a legacy in business and community.”
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Entrepreneurs’ Organization. Since its launch in 1987, EO has grown to over 12,000 members in 169 chapters and 52 countries.
“It’s no surprise that, year in, year out, the Inc. 5000 list features hundreds of companies led by EO members,” said Patrick Hainault, group vice president of marketing at Inc. Magazine. “There is no surefire path to fast growth, but making the Inc. 5000 list does require a growth-focus, a willingness to seek counsel, and the drive to invest in oneself as a leader. EO members all have that in common.
26 EO members ranked in the top 10 percent of the 2017 Inc. 5000 list.