Commercial Credit Inc. Named Top 40 Mid-Market Company in North Carolina for 11th Straight Year
SEP 6, 2023 - 7:25 am
Commercial Credit Inc., parent company of Commercial Credit Group, Commercial Funding and Keystone Equipment Finance, was named to Business North Carolina’s Mid-Market Fast 40 List for the 11th consecutive year. To qualify, a company must be headquartered in North Carolina, have annual revenue between $10 million and $500 million and demonstrate sustained revenue and employment growth over the past three years.
The awards have been presented 12 times since 2011 and Commercial Credit Inc. is the only company to have made the list more than 10 times. In the 12 years that the NC Mid-Market Fast 40 awards have been given, 225 companies have been named to the list. The industries represented on the 2023 list include banking, commercial finance, construction, transportation, medical, architecture, software, fitness and retail.
“It’s an honor to be continually recognized for our company’s employment and revenue growth,” Dan McDonough, president and CEO of Commercial Credit Inc., said. “We are grateful to our employees for their dedicated service to our customers and thankful that our customers allow us to be a part of their growth.”
“The Mid-Market Fast 40 list is a great representation of the breadth of industries headquartered in North Carolina and demonstrates the range of opportunity within our state,” Julie Murphy, vice president of marketing at Commercial Credit Inc. said. “It’s wonderful to see some of the same businesses progress year after year, interesting to see new companies and segments represented, and especially nice to see some of our customers make the list.”
An event recognizing the 40 honored companies was at held at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, NC on Aug. 31 and was hosted by Business North Carolina, Cherry Bekaert, Regions Bank, and Ward and Smith. The full list of companies will be featured in a supplement to the November issue of Business North Carolina.
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