ZippyPaws Ranks on the Inc. 5000 List



ZippyPaws came in at No. 827 on Inc. Magazine's 36th annual Inc. 5000 list, a ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.


2017 was full of milestones for ZippyPaws: it was awarded its first Inc. 5000 award, made its one-millionth Donutz sale, launched the Zippy Charity Philanthropy line, moved into a new office and warehouse facility, and launched a new website with the addition of a monthly subscription service.


“ZippyPaws is thrilled to be included on the Inc. 5000 list for the second consecutive year,” said Benny Cao, co-founder and president of ZippyPaws. “Being included in this prestigious list of companies is an honor and testament to the growth and hard work we’ve sustained since starting the company in 2011. We are pleased to receive recognition for our hard work and look forward to future accomplishments.”


The 2017 Inc. 5000 list is the most competitive Inc. has ever seen. The average company on the list achieved a three-year growth of 481 percent. Collectively, the companies on this year’s list amassed $206.2 billion in revenue and generated 619,500 jobs over the past three years.


“We’re very optimistic with what the future holds for us,” says Jennifer Cao, co-founder and vice president of ZippyPaws. “2017 was a great year for us, but it doesn't stop there. We’re seeing exponential growth, have launched some of our most successful product lines to date, added over 15 different countries to our customer list, and added seven new hires this year – making us a team of 18.”


The annual Inc. 5000 event will be held from Oct. 17 to 19 at the JW Marriott in San Antonio. The black-tie gala will be hosted by Joel McHale and speakers will be announced soon.


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