Prominent PR Firm Lands in Inc. 500 Fast Growing List

The internet has fundamentally changed the way that businesses operate — and for the better. The internet has given customers a way to interact with businesses in a whole new way. Nowadays you can look up any company on the internet and instantly become inundated with reviews. This obviously opens up the door for companies like Status Labs, who help craft the public image of companies, to push their way up the ladder-board. Status Labs is one of the most prominent reputation companies in the business and they are now getting some major notice: landing on the Inc. 500 List of Fastest Growing Companies.

 

Status Labs made their debut on the Inc. 500 at the 339 spot. This list is incredibly important for smaller companies trying to break into the mainstream. The list focuses on companies who are trying hard to innovate in the realm of public relations or marketing, both of which slot in nicely with what Status Labs is trying to do. The reason that Status Labs made the list was due to their explosive growth over the past four years, expanding by 1,099%. This explosive growth came after Darius Fisher was appointed President and CEO of the company.

 

President Darius Fisher was quick to respond upon hearing the news saying that, “We are honored to be named to the Inc. 500 List.” Fisher went on to point out how their placement on the list was a testament to the “increasing demand for not only digital reputation management but also strategic digital PR.” Fisher knows, and likely has known, that public reputation management is going to be a big deal for the foreseeable future.

 

The addition of Status Labs to the Inc 500 list may not seem like much to the casual reader, but it is a leading indicator of success. Status Labs joins companies like Timberland, Yelp, Zillow, and Pandora on the Inc. 500.

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1 thought on “Prominent PR Firm Lands in Inc. 500 Fast Growing List”

  1. Fisher has handled his position with tact, making the all of the right moves for a company that was once on the brink of public fallout thanks to a minor scandal with a former employee. It is even good for bid4papers to have everything given to them all of a sudden.

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