Special Coverage: Inc 5000 Of 2018

Sonoma health coaching online hub grows quickly as it expand into nutriceuticals

Lexicon Digital Marketing Group, now known as Lexicon Health, relocated the base of operations for the $17 million-a-year company from Silicon Valley and now is branching out from books and blogs to supplements.

Marin clean energy project financier keeps big growth flowing

CleanFund keeps its spot in the Inc. 500 list of fast-growing U.S. companies, and the San Rafael-based company continues to trail-blaze in the fertile fields of commercial PACE financing securitization.

Marin firm finds fast growth as top nest-egg manager

San Rafael-based GRP Financial, ranked among the top 15 U.S. plan advisers and formed with Global Retirement Partners out of a big buyout by fund managers, debuts on the Inc. 5000 national list of fast-growing companies.

Fast growth shines again on Santa Rosa solar and HVAC installer

"A strong culture, competitive compensation, and a fun atmosphere is key to attracting talent," says the founder of Moore Solar/Heating/Cooling, which made the Inc. 5000 list of fast-growing U.S. companies for a fifth straight year.

Fixing water and smoke damage accelerates Novato firm to fast-growth lane

Disaster has struck Sonoma and Marin counties from quakes, wildfires and floods in the past few years, and that has Allied Restoration's phone ringing a lot more, helping the firm debut on the Inc. 5000 list of big-growth companies.

Novato fleet equipment leasing firm aims for $1B portfolio

Marin County-based Merrimak Capital Co. makes it on the Inc. 5000 national list of U.S. fast-growing companies for a fourth time. It also has placed four times among the Women President’s Organization 50 fastest-growing women-owned companies.

Wine in kegs and cans drives fast growth for Napa firm

As Free Flow Wines prepares to expand in a move back to Sonoma County amid increasing demand for premium wine in cans, the company returns to the Inc. 5000 list of fast-growing U.S. companies for a fourth time.

Bay Equity Home Loans adopts e-signing as fast growth continues

The Marin County-based retail mortgage lender with over 1,000 employees in almost two dozen states returns to the Inc. 5000 national list of fast-growing companies.

OMW grows with high-tech manufacturing

The Marin County-based contract manufacturer for aerospace, advanced-electronics and medical-products companies makes the Inc. 5000 national list of fast-growing companies for the fifth time.

Sonoma County medical transporter continues fast growth

Cotati-based PT-1 Holdings, which operates ProTransport-1 and other ambulance companies in several states, made it onto the Inc. 5000 national list of fast-growing companies for an eighth time.

Solano movie preshow ad and entertainment firm invests in AR

Fairfield-based Before the Movie returns to the Inc. 5000 national fast-growth list as it invests heavily in a Santa Rosa-based startup alternate-reality-software developer.

Marin County coffee company pours on expansion

Equator Coffees & Teas returns to the Inc. 5000 national fast-growth list as it expands wholesale and e-commerce, adds canned beverages and opens more cafes.

Santa Rosa firm turns 'big data' into action

VisiQuate debuts on the Inc. 5000 list of fast-growing companies. The company creates cloud-based software that allows managers in the health care, financial and other industries to spot business and operational trends.

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