Portland Business Alliance's 2005 Top 10 Growth Companies

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Monday, May 01, 2006

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LARGE Location Years in
business
Revenue increase
2004-2005
Employment increase
2004-2005
Randstad USA Portland (regional offices) 5 235% 134%
Clarity Visual Systems Wilsonville 10 44% 143%
Walsh Construction Portland 45 46% 33%
MEDIUM
GBD Architects Portland 37 58% 50%
Pacific Lifestyle Homes Vancouver, Wash. 10 59% 81%
Lucy Activewear Portland 6.5 65% 140%
SMALL
Aequitas Capital Mgmt. Portland 13 278% 44%
Jupiter Hotel Portland 2.5 348% 46%
Coldstream Capital Mgmt. Portland 3 150% 300%
Ruby Receptionists Portland 3 111% 100%

SURVEY METHODOLOGY:

Scores for the Top 10 Growth Awards were calculated using the following criteria:

Employment increase:   50% of score
Revenue increase:         35% of score
Years in business:          15% of score

Portland Business Alliance: www.portlandalliance.com


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