Remi Receives Mid-Market Fast 40 Award
Remi, a McCarthy Capital Fund V investment, has been awarded the North Carolina Mid-Market Fast 40 Award for the 3rd consecutive year and ranked #27 out of 40. The award celebrates sustained growth of middle market companies headquartered in NC.
Business North Carolina, in conjunction with Cherry Bekaert LLP, a local accounting firm, determine the winners based on the greatest revenue and employment growth over the past three years. Companies nominated for the award can be public or private with $15-$500 million in annual revenue.
The top 40 honorees were celebrated at an awards luncheon held at the award-winning Pinehurst Resort in the Village of Pinehurst, NC. Winners include CDI Southeast, AvidXchange, Healthstat Inc., and Duncan- Parnell Inc., all based in Charlotte, NC as well.
The keynote speaker was Kel Landis, III, co-founder and Partner at Plexus Capital and author of The Little Book of Do! The book “demonstrates that do is the key driver of success as an action-oriented contributor in your family, workplace and community” according to the book’s website. In essence, the famous quote from Ralph Waldo Emmerson sums it up, “Life is a journey, not a destination.”
Remi, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, is “leading the way in service and savings”. As a lower cost alternative to equipment manufacturer service contracts and extended warranties, the company has been helping organizations of all types from coast to coast since 1998. Remi provides a more cost effective, centralized approach to repairing and maintaining electronic devices. Remi’s continued success is centered around excellent customer service, saving clients significant operating expenses, and great leadership.
Remi is also a four-time Inc. 5000 award winner, as well as a Charlotte Business Journal’s 2015 Best Places to Work honoree. To learn more about Remi and how they can help you save 10-22% off your current equipment maintenance expenditures, call 888-451-8916 and option #1 or visit www.theremigroup.com.
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