TeamSnap Named One of the Nation's Fastest-Growing Inner City Businesses
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Annual ranking is based on TeamSnap's exceptional growth over the past five years
BOULDER, COLO – The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) announced that Boulder's TeamSnap was named to the 2018 Inner City 100 list of the fastest-growing inner city businesses in America. TeamSnap is ranked 19th overall based on its five-year overall revenue growth rate.
The ICIC recognition caps off a remarkable 2018 for TeamSnap, which saw the company launch a new integrated ecommerce merchandise store along with a dynamic new video highlights platform into TeamSnap Live. TeamSnap's new iOS 12 app was also featured at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in June for its innovative new Siri Shortcut.
"We are incredibly proud to have created an efficient and easy-to-use platform that millions of sports organizations and teams trust and rely on everyday," said TeamSnap co-founder and CEO Dave DuPont. "Our growth has been fueled by an unwavering commitment to helping everyone spend less time organizing sports. This industry recognition a testament to the efforts of our determined team."
Coaches, administrators, players, parents, clubs and leagues leverage TeamSnap's innovative technology everyday to sign up, schedule, communicate, and coordinate everything for the sports season. The industry leader, TeamSnap serves youth, recreational, and competitive teams and clubs across 100 different sports and activities.
The full list of ICIC recipients was revealed at the 20th Annual Inner City 100 Conference and Awards in Boston and is available on Fortune's website. TeamSnap joined the other winning companies at the Inner City 100 Conference and Awards led by Fortune 500 executives and academics from top-tier universities, including Harvard Business School.
ICIC, a 25-year-old national nonprofit founded by Harvard Business School professor Michael E. Porter, promotes economic prosperity in America's inner cities through private sector investment that leads to jobs, income and wealth creation for local residents.
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