Limeade Celebrates 3rd Year on Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies
Bellevue, WA – August 22, 2017 – Inc. Magazine ranked Limeade, an employee engagement company, #1662 on its annual Inc. 5000. This year marks the third time Limeade is on the list, an accomplishment only one in five Inc. 5000 organizations earn. The list, published by Inc. Magazine for more than 30 years, is an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. It takes a comprehensive look at America’s independent entrepreneurs and features a long list of powerhouses who have shown exponential growth over the years.
“We’re thrilled to celebrate another year of innovation and hard work at Limeade,” said Limeade CEO Henry Albrecht, who started the company in 2006 with a mission to improve well-being in the world. “It’s an honor to appear on this list alongside like-minded and culture-obsessed organizations like Benz Communications and MOD Pizza.”
The 2017 Inc. 5000 companies, on average, have grown sixfold since 2013. Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found at www.inc.com/inc5000.
The annual Inc. 5000 gala honoring all the companies on the list will be held in Palm Desert, California this October.
About Limeade: Limeade is an employee engagement company that inspires commitment by elevating culture. Limeade technology creates an immersive experience focused on the whole person, the whole company and the whole ecosystem with integrated well-being, engagement, social recognition and aggregation software. Recognized for its own award-winning culture, Limeade helps the world’s best companies develop happier, healthier and more productive employees. Learn more at www.limeade.com.
Limeade released new employment data demonstrating concentrated focus on increasing gender representation across its global workforce. As of February 2022, Limeade reported 51% women make up the employee population and 48% of director-level and above leadership roles are held by women.