Classy Art Recognied in the Inc. 5000
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Classy Art announced that it was recognized as #3148 in the Inc. 5000. The Inc. 5000 is an annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States, which ranks the country’s top 5000 fastest-growing private companies. The Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth over a three-year period. The company was selected for this achievement after five consecutive years of experiencing over 40+% growth.
Along with the Inc. 5000, Classy Art has also received recognition in the following; Inner City 100 – Fortune Magazine, Fast 100 – Houston Business Journal and is a two-time recipient of the Cougar 100 – University of Houston.
Company Owners, Gabriel and Jonathan Cohen are both honored to be recognized for the growth that their company has earned. “The continued recognition by such prestigious organizations is quite the honor. My brother and I have had some great mentors along the way. While we are both entrepreneurs at heart, we have been surrounded with amazing customers, employees and systems that have allowed us to continue to grow at such rapid pace. We also owe a great part of this success to our family for all of the love and support over the years!” – Gabriel Cohen, President/Owner, Classy Art LLC. More About Classy Art: Classy Art is a leader in the wall art/decor field catering specifically to furniture retailers across the country. Their average growth of 50% per year is the result of products that have proven to sell faster at retail through their proprietary process of product research. This higher rate of sale has increased customer retentions as well as new customer acquisition. The company carries all subcategories of wall décor including framed prints, metal, clocks, canvas, tempered glass, and mirrors, and they pride themselves on single week lead times and guaranteed inventory. For more information visit www.ClassyArt.net.
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