Skoda Minotti Awarded for 10th Time by Inc. Magazine
Recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the nation
SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
Skoda Minotti announced today it has been named as one of Inc. magazines’ fastest growing private companies. The Inc. 500|5000 award and exclusive ranking, now in its 32nd year, represents a commitment to perseverance and growth in an economy that continues to test the core of every industry.
The firm dates its origins to 1980 and has won the award five times, placing it in the Inc. 500 Hall of Fame. Only 68 companies nationally share this distinction. The firm has also won the Inc. 5000 five times, placing it on the Fastest Growing Companies Honor Roll, and is also one of less than a dozen companies nationwide that has won a minimum of 10 times.
“We are thrilled Inc. magazine has again recognized Skoda Minotti as one of the fastest growing privately-held companies in the nation. We are dedicated to delivering on the promise of evolutionary business advisory services to our clients as we have for over 30 years. We focus on opportunities that not only benefit the firm, but also the clients we serve so they too can grow,” said Mike Trabert, CPA, CVA, CMAP, CEPA, partner.
During the past 14 months, Skoda Minotti acquired three firms in the Tampa market and continues to define itself as a business advisory leader to small- and mid-size companies. First established as a CPA firm, Skoda Minotti has grown over the years to include financial services and niche practice areas including information technology, strategic marketing, professional staffing, wealth management, enterprise risk mitigation, and valuation and litigation advisory specialties. These offerings allow the Firm to provide essential growth-focused advisory services to clients regardless where they are in the life cycle of their business, from the incubation phase, during the growth years, through mergers and acquisitions and in the course of succession planning.
This year's Inc. 500|5000 list criteria measured revenue growth from 2009 through 2012. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2009. Additionally, they had to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent – not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies – as of December 31, 2012. Criteria also included growth in the number of full- and part-time (excluding independent contractors) employees and minimum revenue figures for each year since 2009, ending with December 31, 2012.