Houston’s Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies

Savannah Mazanowski
Houston’s Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies

Since 1982, Inc. Magazine has been producing a list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States, providing an avenue for hardworking and dedicated entrepreneurs to gain the recognition they deserve. 

This year, 110 companies represent Houston on the Inc. 5000 list. 69 Houston companies were repeat honorees.

Companies were judged on a three year percentage growth model with a minimum income of $100,000 in 2016 and a minimum income of $2 million in 2019. Collectively, the Houston companies generated $8.2 billion in revenue. 

While it is an achievement for a company to land anywhere on the list, 10 of the companies earned spots in the top 10%, or the top 500. One company even made it within the top 10. Below are the Houston companies that made the Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Companies list for 2020.

Zulie Venture (5)

With less than 10 employees, Zulie Venture Inc. earns the 5th spot on the Inc. 5000 list. Zulie Venture Inc. operates a national payment center, providing an outlet for individuals and companies to pay phone bills and recharge prepaid cell phone accounts in the United States. Since it was established in 2016, Zulie Venture saw a 25,359% growth over a three year period. The telecommunications company is led by Parvev Jasani.

Advance LED Solutions (147)

Coming in at 147 is Advance LED Solutions with a three year revenue increase of 2,577%. The LED lighting company is led by Nadeem Rajani, Fayaz Bardai, and Amirali Sirajali. Operating with under 10 employees, Advance LED Solutions strives to manufacture, import, and distribute the highest quality LED light products at wholesale prices to residential, industrial, and commercial consumers.

Instafuel (243)

In the energy sector, Instafuel earned the 243rd spot on the list. Led by Wissam Nahhas, Instafuel experienced a revenue growth of 1,817% over three years. Instafuel was founded in 2015 and delivers fuel to truck fleets during downtime hours so drivers do not have to hassle with gas stations, saving them time and money. Furthermore, Instafuel uses smarttruck technology to offer users real time consumption data that can be broken down by department, location, and division as well as providing top notch fuel service.

SIA Solutions (286)

Founded in 2012, SIA Solutions ranked 286 with a revenue increase of 1,584%. The environmental services company provides engineering and consulting services to clients with an emphasis on environmental consulting, engineering, remediation, radiological services, and water resources. Led by Srini Neralla, this is SIA Solutions’ fourth consecutive year to appear on the Inc. 5000 list.

Sarvicus (324)

Sarvicus, a telecommunications company led by Marc Packard, earned the 324th spot on the list. Founded in 2010, Sarvicus strives to serve school districts, commercial organizations and government municipalities by customizing and implementing information technology tools. Over the course of three years, Sarvicus experienced a revenue growth of 1,404%. This is the second year Sarvicus has been honored on the Inc. 5000 list.

ChangeStaffing (379)

With a three year revenue growth of 1,207%, ChangeStaffing placed 379 on the list. ChangeStaffing operates in the human resources sector with less than 10 employees. Founded in 2015, ChangeStaffing provides organizational change management contractors to clients in order to support successful execution and sustainability of clients’ change initiatives. Led by Erin Abdelnour, ChangeStaffing works with both small and large organizations to navigate technological, process and cultural changes.

Garrison Construction Group (424)

Garrison Construction Group, led by Dallas Garrison, ranked 424 on this year’s list. The construction company practices managing commercial construction projects from concept to completion. With less than 10 employees, Garrison Construction Group saw a revenue growth of 1,080% over a three year period. Garrison Construction Group was founded in 2013 and specializes in corporate interiors, medical, industrial, capital improvements, hospitality, aerospace, retail, and ground up new construction.

Standard Freight (445)

With a three year revenue increase of 1,029%, Standard Freight placed 445 this year on the list. Standard freight was founded in 2014 and is led by Case Craycraft and Jay Maxwell. The logistics and transportation company specializes in providing logistical solutions for flatbed, over-dimensional, and heavy haul freights. This in the second year Standard Freight has earned a spot on the Inc. 5000 list.

Integrate Agency (462)

Coming in at 462, advertising and marketing firm, Integrate Agency, increased their revenue by 989% over a three year period. Founded in 2009, Integrate Agency provides growth-oriented marketing to clients with a data-first, results-driven strategy. Led by Robbie Wright, the company specializes in web design and development, digital marketing, social media, email marketing, SEO and content development. 

Eagle Pipe (466)

Brandon Dewan leads energy company, Eagle Pipe, into their third year of being honored on the Inc. 5000. This year, the company scored 466th place with a three year revenue increase of 978%. Founded in 2013, Eagle Pipe specializes in supplying tubular products along with a wide variety of equipment and services to upstream, midstream, municipal and industrial industries.

About Savannah Burns: Savannah is a marketing and communications intern for Swyft, which is a PR firm in Austin and Houston and a top digital marketing agency in Denver since its founding in 2011. Swyft recently opened a satellite office where it offers PR in San Francisco.

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