Well Well Well, My Boy John McElhenny’s Company just named to Boston Business Journal’s List of Fastest Growing Boston Private Companies!!!

BBJ names 2012 ‘Pacesetters’: Boston’s fastest-growing private cos.

The Boston Business Journal Tuesday announced the 2012 Pacesetters — a list of the region’s fastest-growing privately held companies. To make the list, a company had to report a three-year growth rate of 10 percent.

“Fast-growing private companies are at the core of Boston’s economic strength,” said Chris McIntosh, publisher of the Boston Business Journal. “Our Pacesetters list is a celebration of local innovation and business leadership.”

This year’s Pacesetters, in alphabetical order, are:

Matter Communications

Check out their website here

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4 Responses to Well Well Well, My Boy John McElhenny’s Company just named to Boston Business Journal’s List of Fastest Growing Boston Private Companies!!!

  1. Terrific and congrats

  2. Kim Smith says:

    Congratulations John and I enjoyed your website–very informative.

  3. John McElhenny says:

    Thanks for the post, Joey, and thanks, Donna and Kim, for the nice comments. Matter is a great company to work for.

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