Local workers looking for work have a new resource for finding the best of the best. Four Dallas-area businesses won spots on Inc. new list of the nation’s best run midsize companies.
The companies and their rankings are:
- Goosehead Insurance Agency, Westlake, # 148
- The Container Store, Coppell, No. 153
- Saber, Southlake, # 181
- Trintech, Addison, # 184
To compile the list, Inc. valued U.S.-based private and public companies with 2020 revenue of $ 50-2 billion, or a valuation of $ 50-10 billion. With the help of Pitchbook and Shango Labs, Inc. sifted through management excellence data for more than 10,000 companies.
“This inaugural list of companies represents the remarkable mid-size companies, both public and private, often run by founders, who are at the forefront of reinventing American commerce,” said Scott Omelianuk, editor. of Inc. magazine. âThrough their leadership, all businesses will benefit from an exciting, competitive and full of opportunity future. “
Bozeman, MT-based software company Snowflake leads the rankings Inc. listing.
First company in the DFW zone, Goosehead Insurance Agency, was founded in 2003 in the affluent suburb of Westlake and is headed by Mark Jones. Inc. describes it as “an independent US insurance agency offering the best coverage and rates for auto, home, flood and other policies.” The company’s website features customer testimonials praising Goosehead’s helpful, understanding and sympathetic agents.
The container store, arriving at # 153, is no stranger to accolades – or to his countless fans. An organizer of packaging spaces and gifts since 1978, the Coppell-based retailer is under the management of Satish Malhotra.
Based in Southlake Saber, at number 181, is a travel technology company that provides software, data, mobile and distribution systems to airlines and hotels across North America. It was founded in 1960 and Sean Menke is at the helm today.
According to Inc., n Â° 184-Trintech “Provides financial software solutions to help streamline high-volume transactions and reconciliations, manage journal entry processes and ensure regulatory compliance.” The Addison-based company was established in 1987 and is headed by Teresa Mackintosh.
Elsewhere in Texas
Austin-based dating app provider Bumble ranks first in Texas and 40th overall on Inc. magazine’s new list of the nation’s 250 best-run midsize companies. Southern Methodist University alumnus Whitney Wolfe Herd leads Bumble as founder and CEO.
In 2018, Herd said Business intern that leaders should measure success by the positive impact they have on the people they work with. Leaders, she says, are as successful, happy, and effective as the less successful, happy, and effective members of teams.
âEveryone who touches your business or brand – you should be so grateful that they are dedicating their time, knowledge and skills to something you have created,â Herd said. Business intern.
Austin companies landed nine spots on the list:
- Bumble, n Â° 40
- BigCommerce, # 70
- YETI, n Â° 91
- Digital turbine, n Â° 101
- Open loan, n Â° 137
- Everly Health, # 150
- The Zebra, n Â° 170
- HÃ©lias Construction, n Â° 177
- Cirrus Logic, n Â° 180
Five companies in the greater Houston area are also on the list:
- ChÃ¢teau Biosciences, Friendswood, n Â° 126
- Sunova Energy, Houston, # 156
- MB2 Dental, Houston, # 203
- Cactus Wellhead, Houston, # 224
- National Energy Services Reunited, Houston, # 228