Learn how the seven-figure agency achieved 1,988% revenue growth to reach No. 275 on the 2022 Inc. 5000

Seven Figure Agency Lists Inc 5000 at 275

It’s such an honor and a testament to the great work our team of coaches, mentors and leaders do. We’re on a mission to help 500 agencies grow to seven figures in the next 5 years so they can make more money, have more freedom, and have greater impact.

Learn how the seven-figure agency achieved 1,988% revenue growth to reach No. 275 on the 2022 Inc. 5000

The Seven Figure Agency, Josh Nelson’s coaching and mentoring program whose goal is to help 500 digital marketing agencies grow to seven figures over the next five years, ranked 275th on the Inc. 5000 list this year.

The Seven Figure Agency, a training organization for marketing agencies, ranked #275 on the Inc. 5000 list for 2022. The agency received this ranking after experiencing 1,988% growth over a three-year period. Since the agency is among the top 500 companies on the list, it will also be featured in the September issue of Inc. Magazine.

This recognition comes in good time for agency Seven Figure, which has grown exponentially since its launch in 2014. The organization has helped more than 700 agencies streamline their growth and revenue, and today it works with 250 members through its coaching, mentoring, and Mastermind programs.

Founder Josh Nelson said “It’s such an honor and a testament to the great work our team of coaches, mentors and leaders do. We’re on a mission to help 500 agencies reach seven figures in over the next 5 years so they can make more money, have more freedom and have a bigger impact.”

What is the Inc. 5000?

The Inc. 5000 is an annual list of the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in the United States. Inc. ranks the top 5,000 companies based on their percentage revenue growth rate over a three-year period. The first 500 companies on the list constitute the Inc. 500.

Inc. describes the list as a “distinguished editorial award, a celebration of innovation, a network of business leaders, and an effective public relations showcase.” He started the Inc. 500 in 1982, expanding the list to include 5,000 companies in 2007. Inc. 5000 recognized household names like Pandora, Toys ‘R’ Us and Zappos.com in the early stages of their success.

The organization features the 5,000 companies on its website, Inc.com. However, it specifically highlights the top 500 companies in its September issue of Inc. Magazine.

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