Indiana Names Five Spotlight Award Winners at Companies to Watch Ceremony

INDIANAPOLIS – Five Indiana companies were recognized as Companies to Watch Spotlight Award recipients at the eighth annual Companies to Watch ceremony held yesterday in Indianapolis.

The accolade, presented by the State of Indiana and the Office of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (OSBE) and endorsed by the Edward Lowe Foundation, recognizes past Companies to Watch honorees that have demonstrated continued growth, success and commitment to Indiana since receiving their Companies to Watch award.

Companies honored:

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360 Services has grown to more than 200 employees since winning the award in 2010. Additionally, the company has been voted one of Indiana’s “Best Place to Work” the last three consecutive years.

Since being named a Company to Watch last year, Bluebridge Digital has continued to grow their staff, is actively hiring and moved into a larger office space in Fishers. CEO Santiago Jaramillo was recently featured in Forbes.

CloudOne has continued solid growth over the past year; just this month the company was ranked #784 on Inc. 5000’s Annual list of America’s Fastest Growing Companies.

Recognized last year, Haiku Learning has grown to 2.5 million global users of their online learning tools and boasts a 98 percent retention rate.

Impact CNC is expected to add 40 new jobs by the end of 2015. The acquisition of new customers and equipment has this 2014 Winner poised to see a revenue increase of 54 percent this year.

The sixth annual Spotlight Award winners were honored along with this year’s 20 Companies to Watch recipients during a ceremony at The Indiana Roof Ballroom yesterday. Recognized Companies to Watch are privately held businesses incorporated in Indiana, employ six to 150 full-time employees and have between $750,000 to $100 million in annual revenue or capital. More information about the award can be found here.

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