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Ivy Exec Named to the Inc. 500 List of Fastest Growing Companies

Inc. names Ivy Exec one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the U.S.

Aug 20 2013, 4:04pm CDT | by PR.com

New York, NY, August 20, 2013 --(PR.com)-- IvyExec.com, a technology enabled executive career resource website and community for high achieving professionals announced today that it was named to Inc.'s 32nd annual list of the fastest-growing, privately held companies in the US.

"We are thrilled to rank #311 of the nation’s fastest growing, private companies," said Elena Bajic, Ivy Exec CEO and Founder. "With well over 275,000 members engaging with us to build and advance their careers, we're redefining the career resource space with our focus on technology enabled intra-community networking and employer information sharing. Making the Inc. 500 recognizes the talent, creativity, and passion for the business our team brings to Ivy Exec each day."

According to Inc., the companies on the 500 list represent, "five hundred reasons to be optimistic about leadership, innovation, and the health of the American dream…" The 2013 list was published in Inc.’s September 2013 issue.

About Ivy Exec

As a career resource company for high achieving executives, Ivy Exec provides unparalleled career building and job seeking resources – from a 1-on-1mentorship program with industry veterans and consultative advisory services, to insider glimpses into companies’ day-to-day operations, a curated executive job board and thought provoking original content. A strategic focus on building intra-community networking is driving 2013 product and service development efforts, targeting 4th quarter delivery.

As a technology enabled recruitment firm, Ivy Exec offers companies flexible, customized search solutions and helps companies tap top talent by mining its proprietary member database. Ivy Exec clients also have unique opportunities to publicize their employment brands to a highly engaged audience, solidifying their market reputations as premier employers.

About the Inc. 500/5000

The Inc. 500|5000 has been compiled annually since 1982. According to Inc., "Just to make it onto the Inc. 500 this year, a company had to grow more than 918% since the start of 2010. The average company on the list grew a mind-boggling 2,900 percent." This year’s list measures revenue growth from 2009 through 2012. To qualify, companies had to be founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2009. They also had to be U.S. based, privately held, independent (i.e., not subsidiaries of larger companies) and for-profit. Notable alums from past editions of the Inc. 500/5000 include: Intuit, Jamba Juice, Microsoft, Oracle, Pandora, Patagonia, Timberland, Under Armour, and Zappos, among others.

For more information about Ivy Exec, please visit www.ivyexec.com, or Contact Meredith LeNoir, Sr. Marketing Manager, at (212) 431-3969.

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