Stukent was included among the fastest-growing private companies in the nation today, entering the Inc. 500 list for 2018.
This morning it was officially announced that Stukent came in at number 268 on the list showcasing companies around the country. With this ranking, Stukent qualifies for the Inc. 500 list, which is comprised of the top 500 companies on the full Inc. 5000 list.
The list, available here, shows Stukent’s growth at 1,821 percent.
“It is kind of an entrepreneur’s dream to be on the Inc. 500 list and in the magazine. We’re honored to have made the list. We’re more honored by the fact that we are fulfilling our mission to help educators help students help the world, and fast revenue growth is a byproduct of that,” Stukent founder and CEO Stuart Draper, said.
In addition to providing an overall list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies, Inc. shows these companies ranked in specific categories, with Stukent placing as the fifth fastest growing in the “Education” category, and fourth fastest growing in the state of Idaho.
Inc., a nationally-recognized digital and print magazine with attention on private small businesses, first published its annual list of 5000 in 1982, a list that “has honored the extraordinary journeys of the fastest-growing companies in America,” according to the Inc. website. “It is the most prestigious honor for growing private businesses and business leaders.”
Stukent is a digital courseware provider focused on improved education through up-to-date textbooks, real-world simulations and other instructional resources. Stukent courseware—part of the educational experience for over 100,000 students to date—is used in all 50 states and in over 40 countries. For more information, click here.
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