WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- For the second year in a row, White Plains-based Inspiria Media has been named to Inc. magazine’s “Inc. 5000 list” as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the country.
Inspiria, an advertising agency specializing in outdoor advertising and inbound marketing, placed No. 962 on the list, which is regarded as a very competitive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing companies.
Inspiria has grown exponentially since its inception in 2009, recording $3.4 million in revenue last year and a total increase of 462 percent the last three years. In addition, the company has added six new employees since 2012, for a total of 12.
“We’re both proud and humbled to once again see our company’s name on a list with the most remarkable private enterprises in our nation,” said Inspiria President and CEO Ronnie Ram. “For us, it’s about a lot more than just numbers. As we grow, so does our opportunity to create jobs. We’ve added new employees, and as our work helps our clients grow and hire, we are able to make a valuable and measurable impact on the economy.”
“As one of 11 Westchester companies to make Inc.’s list, we can’t ignore how lucky we are to operate in such an innovative, opportunity-rich environment,” said Nick Simard, Inspiria vice president and chief marketing officer. “The support from our elected officials and local business organizations, and the ingenuity of our region’s business leaders, are critical components in our success.”
In addition to job creation, Inspiria’s growth has allowed Ram and Simard to give back to the community. Historically, they’ve been involved with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, ArtsWestchester and the Business Council of Westchester.
“We believe that with any achievement like this, comes the responsibility to help others,” said Ram. “Going forward, we’re going to expand our charitable endeavors and really work to make a measurable impact in ways that are meaningful and important to us.”
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